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§ 11-1142. Minimum salaries and increments

Purdon's Pennsylvania Statutes and Consolidated StatutesTitle 24 P.S. Education

Purdon's Pennsylvania Statutes and Consolidated Statutes
Title 24 P.S. Education
Chapter 1. Public School Code of 1949 (Refs & Annos)
Article XI. Professional Employes (Refs & Annos)
Subarticle (d). Compensation (Refs & Annos)
24 P.S. § 11-1142
§ 11-1142. Minimum salaries and increments
(a) Except as hereinafter otherwise provided, all school districts and vocational school districts shall pay all regular and temporary teachers, supervisors, directors and coordinators of vocational education, psychologists, teachers of classes for exceptional children, supervising principals, vocational teachers, and principals in the public schools of the district the minimum salaries and increments for the school year 1968-1969 and each school year thereafter, as provided in the following tabulation in accordance with the column in which the professional employe is grouped and the step which the professional employe has attained by years of experience within the school district each step after step 1 constituting one year of service. When a school district, by agreement, places a professional employe on a step in the salary scale, each step thereafter shall constitute one year of service. When a district adopts a salary scale in excess of the mandated scale, it shall not be deemed to have altered or increased the step which the employe has gained through years of service.
(b) Professional employes shall be grouped in the following columns:
Class A. Teachers holding a standard certificate valid for the subject or grades in which the teacher is giving instruction.
Class B. Teachers holding a college certificate valid for the subjects or grades in which the teacher is giving instruction.
Class C. Teachers of classes approved by the Department of Public Instruction1 for exceptional children holding a standard certificate valid for the subjects or grades in which the teacher is giving instruction.
Class D. Teachers of classes approved by the Department of Public Instruction for exceptional children holding a college certificate valid for the subjects or grades in which the teacher is giving instruction.
Class E. Supervisors, directors and coordinators of vocational education, who devote one-half or more of their time to supervision of instruction, and psychologists, holding a standard or college certificate.
Class F. Principals, who devote one-half or more of their time to supervision and administration and having less than twenty (20) teachers under their supervision, who hold a standard certificate, or college certificate.
Class G. Such principals, having twenty (20) or more teachers under their supervision, but less than forty (40), and who hold a standard certificate, or college certificate.
Class H. Such principals, having forty (40) or more teachers under their supervision, but less than sixty (60), and who hold a standard certificate, or college certificate.
Class I. Such principals, having sixty (60) or more but less than eighty (80) teachers under their supervision, and who hold a standard certificate, or college certificate.
Class J. Such principals, having eighty (80) or more teachers under their supervision, and who hold a standard certificate, or college certificate.
Class K. Supervising principals, having less than forty (40) teachers under their supervision, and who hold a standard certificate, or college certificate.
Class L. Supervising principals, having forty (40) or more teachers under their supervision, but less than sixty (60), who hold a standard certificate, or college certificate.
Class M. Supervising principals, having sixty (60) or more but less than eighty (80) teachers under their supervision, and who hold a standard certificate, or college certificate.
Class N. Supervising principals, having eighty (80) or more but less than one hundred (100) teachers under their supervision, and who hold a standard certificate or college certificate.
Class O. Supervising principals, having one hundred (100) or more teachers under their supervision, and who hold a standard certificate or college certificate.
Class P. Vocational teachers, holding a standard or college certificate valid for the subjects or grades in which the teacher is giving instruction, and who is employed for the entire calendar year because of seasonal activities.
(c) Minimum Salary Schedule for the 1968-1969 school year:
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
10
8100
8300
9
7800
7800
8000
8000
9050
8
7500
7500
7700
7700
8750
9450
9950
10450
7
7200
7200
7400
7400
8450
9150
9650
10150
6
6900
6900
7100
7100
8150
8850
9350
9850
5
6600
6600
6800
6800
7850
8550
9050
9550
4
6300
6300
6500
6500
7550
8150
8650
9150
3
6000
6000
6200
6200
7250
7750
8250
8750
2
5700
5700
5900
5900
6950
7350
7850
8350
1
5400
5400
5600
5600
6650
6950
7450
7950
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
10
9350
9
9050
8
10950
11450
11650
12150
12650
13150
13650
8750
7
10650
11150
11350
11850
12350
12850
13350
8450
6
10350
10850
11050
11550
12050
12550
13050
8150
5
10050
10550
10750
11250
11750
12250
12750
7850
4
9650
10150
10250
10750
11250
11750
12250
7550
3
9250
9750
9750
10250
10750
11250
11750
7250
2
8850
9350
9250
9750
10250
10750
11250
6950
1
8450
8950
8750
9250
9750
10250
10750
6650
(d) Subsequent Minimum Salary Schedule
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
13
9600
9800
12
9300
9300
9500
9500
10550
11
9000
9000
9200
9200
10250
11550
12050
12550
10
8700
8700
8900
8900
9950
11250
11750
12250
9
8400
8400
8600
8600
9650
10950
11450
11950
8
8100
8100
8300
8300
9350
10550
11050
11550
7
7800
7800
8000
8000
9050
10150
10650
11150
6
7500
7500
7700
7700
8750
9750
10250
10750
5
7200
7200
7400
7400
8450
9350
9850
10350
4
6900
6900
7100
7100
8150
8950
9450
9950
3
6600
6600
6800
6800
7850
8550
9050
9550
2
6300
6300
6500
6500
7550
8150
8650
9150
1
6000
6000
6200
6200
7250
7750
8250
8750
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
13
10850
12
10550
11
13050
13550
14350
14850
15350
15850
16350
10250
10
12750
13250
14050
14550
15050
15550
16050
9950
9
12450
12950
13750
14250
14750
15250
15750
9650
8
12050
12550
13250
13750
14250
14750
15250
9350
7
11650
12150
12750
13250
13750
14250
14750
9050
6
11250
11750
12250
12750
13250
13750
14250
8750
5
10850
11350
11750
12250
12750
13250
13750
8450
4
10450
10950
11250
11750
12250
12750
13250
8150
3
10050
10550
10750
11250
11750
12250
12750
7850
2
9650
10150
10250
10750
11250
11750
12250
7550
1
9250
9750
9750
10250
10750
11250
11750
7250
(e) In the case of any professional employe or temporary professional employe who holds a Master's Degree or its equivalent, two (2) additional steps of three hundred dollars ($300) each shall be added to his class.
(f) The mandated salaries provided in this section shall be applicable to all professional and temporary professional employes within their respective class. The annual salaries payable under this section for the school year 1968-1969 and each school year thereafter, shall include an annual service increment for service in the school district during the previous school year by advancing the salary of the professional or temporary professional employe at least one full step on the minimum salary schedule or to the step on which he is entitled to be placed by virtue of years of experience within the school district, whichever is higher.
(g) Any professional employe or temporary professional employe who holds a Master's Degree or its equivalent shall be placed on a step which shall be at least three hundred dollars ($300) in addition to the minimum salary of an employe who holds a college certificate and who does not hold a Master's Degree and who has the same number of years of service in the district.
(h) The salaries and increments provided by this section may be reduced by written agreement between the school district and the employe for the purpose of the school district purchasing a tax-sheltered annuity contract, a retirement income endowment policy, or other similar annuity contract. The reduction shall not exceed the premium for the annuity.

Credits

1949, March 10, P.L. 30, No. 14, art. XI, § 1142. Amended 1949, May 9, P.L. 962, § 1; 1949, May 26, P.L. 1820, § 1; 1951, Dec. 27, P.L. 1776, § 3; 1956, June 1, P.L. (1955) 1948, § 3; 1963, Aug. 1, P.L. 466, § 1; 1965, Dec. 9, P.L. 1057, § 2; 1968, June 12, P.L. 192, No. 96, § 1; 1972, Dec. 6, P.L. 1338, No. 289, § 1.

Footnotes

Now Department of Education; see 71 P.S. §§ 1037, 1038.
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