No. The School District of Philadelphia does not have a residency requirement. There used to be one, but it was eliminated about seven years ago.
School District of Philadelphia was created in 1818.
In the U.S. the average is $32,606, but it does vary greatly depending on the school district and if it is a pubilc school or not.
It varies from school district to school district.
No the district recommends the teachers in less you have a chartered school then the principle and the district picks the teacher
Pay for teacher's aids varies from school district to school district. To find out how much they are paid in a certain district, ask someone who works in that district.
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You can contact the School District of Philadelphia through their website. You can check for a phone number or e-mail address that would allow you to directly communicate with them.
The starting salary of any teacher depends on whether the teacher is working for a public or private school (and what kind of private school), a what state or country the teacher is working in, as well as the subjects the teacher is qualified to teach.
Codes that schools use may vary from school district to school district. To find out what the codes in your district mean, ask a teacher or call the superintendent's office or your school.
Things a teacher might take into consideration when choosing a school district are pay scale and the student-to-teacher ratio. Also, they would want to choose a school district that's dedicated to the education of its students and has demonstrated it respects its teachers and their abilities.