How much does a starting teacher make in philadelphia school district?
As a starting teacher in philly, i can speak first hand.....
39,500 plus benefits that are pretty good... however if you live in the city you will only take home about 29,500 dollars after taxes. Philly wage tax is KILLING our city
$35,677 would be about the starting salary for someone with a Bachelor's degree. $40K starting for someone with a Masters. It goes up from there each year, but depends on the school district you are in - some pay MUCH better than others. In a very well paying district in the Northeast US, a teacher with about 10 years of experience and a masters degree is making about $70k a year.
What an assistant pre-school teacher makes depends on a few factors - state, school district, private vs. public school, etc. In a public school in New York State, for example, a pre-school teacher may make approximately $45K starting w/ certification and a master's degree. Therefore, an assistant pre-school teacher may make approximately $20K. One's salary could increase with experience and college credits.
This all depends on the province you work in--if the school is public or private--union--not union etc. As a kindergarten teacher in the Chilliwack School District #33 in British Columbia with 4 years experience and a 5 year degree I was grossing about 45.000 per 10 month school year. With my pay on the 12 month pay plan I was netting about $1200 bi-monthly.
Answer The median expected salary for a typical Teacher Kindergarten in the United States is $47,682. Salaries vary not only by state, but by school district as well. for instance, in the state of California, most public school teachers belong to a union (CTA). Each school districts' teachers belong to a bargaining unit that negotiates teacher salaries and benefits with their respective district.
Depends on where they live and where they teach. Each school district has a salary schedule and teachers are paid on experience, degrees, years teaching, and how many college units they have. Average starting teacher ( no matter subject or grade) in the state of CA makes about 35,000 a year. As teachers gain in seniority on a staff that base pay changes, but when a teacher hits 15 years in a district they usually…
Answer Starting can be as low as $26,000 in a rural or low income suburban school district, whereas urban school districts often offer a starting salary as high as $40- 45,000. After a few years of teaching or earning a masters, there is usually a $5-10,000 increase. After tenure and multiple masters or doctorate education salaries usually peak at $70,000 for a traditional classroom teacher at the elementary school level. go to http://www.alis.gov.ab.ca/occinfo