NEA to push for higher starting salaries

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  1. veg_guy

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    It's funny looking at those numbers. Even if I teach 30 years and get my Masters and +30 I wouldn't make $46,000 at my district's current pay scale. Our state just voted down a teacher's raise.
     
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    Christy- your pay scale is STATE wide? Our district sets our pay guide during negotiations with our union. We have about 18 steps on the scale, maxing out at $90 and change. Pay scales vary district by district by me. The voters in a town vote to pass (or not pass) the entire school budget.
     
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    Same here CZ the district decides how much of a supplement it is going to add to the state base pay.
     
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    Ours is not state base pay- it's totally negotiated district by district.
     
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    No, the scale itself is parish by parish, but we do get a small state supplement.
     

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