Gwinnett County teachers, bus drivers and other employees are one important step closer to getting their first raise in six years.
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By the numbers
$1.86 billion — proposed budget
3,233 — projected number of new students
$1,668.80 — school taxes paid on a property valued at $200,000
10,031 — proposed number of teachers
15 — the average years of tenure of a Gwinnett County teacher
Source: Gwinnett County Public Schools