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At 1 school, Georgia governor wins teacher pay raise support
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp looks on as McEarchern High School senior Stephany Ahanonu demonstrates screen printing in a graphic arts classroom Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020, at the high school in Powder Springs, Ga. Kemp visited the school to call on teachers and other to support his proposal for an additional $2,000 teacher pay raise in the state budget year beginning July 1, 2020. - photo by Associated Press
POWDER SPRING — Georgia's governor is calling on educators and others to help him push lawmakers for a further $2,000 pay raise.
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