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KELLER - Dozens of Keller Independent School District teachers will keep their jobs.

Trustees voted Monday night to retain employees for another year. They will do this by using nearly $5 million in federal money.

In addition to 91 teachers, the decision affects 16 librarians and six academic associates.

In early June, Keller voters rejected a 13 cent increase in the tax rate. It was the first effort by a Texas school district to raise taxes since the end of the regular legislative session.

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