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October 7, 2017

Rapid City Teachers Receive Salary Increase During 2016-2017 School Year

Teachers in the Rapid City Area School District received a salary increase of more than nine percent last year, as reported by KOTA News. This increase is slightly over the statewide average salary increase for teachers of eight percent. Officials with the Rapid City Area School District noted that they were able to offer base salaries of $40,000.

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