School district salary study confirms Sumter lags market, needs to be more competitive

Consultants recommend annual, non-instructional staff pay rise by $3.4M, other changes

Posted 9/19/23

A comprehensive salary study shows Sumter School District lags the market and needs to adjust annual, non-instructional staff pay up a total of $3.4 million to be more competitive.

Consultants with Fairfax, Virginia-based Management Advisory …

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