Re: Understanding Salary Structures
Posted by Union Guy on 6/13/2017, 4:32 pm, in reply to "Understanding Salary Structures"
I misled you in the last sentence by "implying" verses "stating." |
The last sentence should read:
Most still have a (L-M-H) salary based of years of service (Step) with degree level in place.
: This is for those entering this profession.
: A previous posts states: "Also, AISD
: lists a "Low, Mid, High" salary
: instead of steps."
: Here is a list to understand salary
: structure for newbies:
: 1. Most school districts have a salary
: structure based on years of service. This is
: 2. Some district are financially unable to
: do this and pay all teachers the same.
: 3. Stipends occur. Each district does what
: they want.
: 4. Days added to contract means more pay.
: 5. Some school districts will only list your
: daily rate, while other will list yearly
: 6. This is new: Low-Mid-High. It will be
: explained the best I can below.
: There is a movement of performance based
: salary schedule. I will not go into the
: reason why other than to say that
: "performance based" is another
: word for merit pay.
: School districts that use this as their
: salary schedule (L-M-H) may or may not have
: performance based pay in place. That is a
: valid question to ask when interviewed.
: Most still have a salary based of years of
: service (Step) with degree level in place.