IRVING — Irving ISD employees are being tempted by an offer that could put $1,000 in their pockets.
Problem is, they must resign to get it.
The district — like all public school districts in the state — is facing deep cuts in state education funding.
Irving currently faces a projected deficit between $14 million and $29 million. The district says it would need to cut between 200 and 250 positions.
Teachers and staff must turn in their resignations by March 11 to benefit.