Nyc special ed salary

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    I'm just curious as to what is the starting salary for special ed teachers in nyc? With a masters degree?
     
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    thank you so much for the following information :)
     
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    If you go to the state education association of many states, they will often list districts within the various ranges of starting salaries. The NJEA site shows districts with starting salaries above $40,000, and then a second category of districts with starting salaries above $50,000. Those starting salaries generally apply to a Bachelor's degree. After that comes a Bachelor's and 15, then a Bachelor's and 30, then a Master's, then M +15, M + 30, 2 Master's, then Doctorate. There is some leeway for what step they start you on if you have a degree/endorsement that is particularly in need, and in short supply. I can only state this info about NJ, but have seen similar divisions in other states, where my son applied to teach.
     
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    Thanks :D
     
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    This is NYC. You could make a lot more in a suburban district in Westchester or Long Island, which are suburbs of the city.
     
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    Really?! Would it still be in the public school system?
     

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