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§ 1864.2. Classification and salaries

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

Purdon's Pennsylvania Statutes and Consolidated Statutes
Title 24 P.S. Education
Chapter 2. Miscellaneous Laws Relating to Schools
Normal Schools, State Teachers' Colleges and Teachers' Institutes (Refs & Annos)
State College Faculty Compensation Law (Refs & Annos)
24 P.S. § 1864.2
§ 1864.2. Classification and salaries
Each person heretofore or hereafter appointed to a position as an administrator or member of the faculty of a State College within the classifications hereinafter set forth may be paid in accordance with the following minimum bi-weekly range for services rendered during the regular nine month college year. Each person employed for the full nine month college year may receive either twenty (20) or twenty-six (26) bi-weekly salary payments. In no case shall any faculty member receive more compensation in twenty-six (26) pays than he would have received in twenty (20) pays. Each person employed during any period beyond the regular nine month college year shall be paid at the same rate of compensation that he received or would have been entitled to receive during the regular college year.
Professor Qualifications--an earned Doctor's Degree; at least seven years of teaching experience; minimum bi-weekly salary range which shall consist of seven (7) salary steps and provide for six (6) increments as follows: four hundred sixty-three dollars ($463), four hundred eighty-six dollars ($486), five hundred ten dollars ($510), five hundred thirty-six dollars ($536), five hundred sixty-two dollars ($562), five hundred ninety dollars ($590), six hundred twenty dollars ($620).
Associate Professor Qualifications--minimum of an earned Doctor's Degree or a Master's Degree plus forty semester hours of graduate credit or a total of seventy semester hours of graduate credit including a Master's Degree or all course work completed toward a doctorate as certified by the university where the work is being taken; at least five years of teaching experience; minimum bi-weekly salary range which shall consist of seven (7) salary steps and provide for six (6) increments as follows: three hundred eighty dollars and fifty cents ($380.50), four hundred dollars ($400), four hundred twenty dollars ($420), four hundred forty-one dollars ($441), four hundred sixty-three dollars ($463), four hundred eighty six dollars ($486), five hundred ten dollars ($510).
Assistant Professor Qualifications--minimum of Master's Degree plus ten semester hours of graduate credit; at least four years of teaching experience; minimum bi-weekly salary range which shall consist of seven (7) salary steps and provide for six (6) increments as follows: three hundred twenty-nine dollars ($329), three hundred forty-five dollars and fifty cents ($345.50), three hundred sixty-two dollars and fifty cents ($362.50), three hundred eighty dollars and fifty cents ($380.50), four hundred dollars ($400), four hundred twenty dollars ($420), four hundred forty-one dollars ($441).
Instructor Qualifications--minimum of Bachelor's Degree plus fifteen semester hours of graduate credit; with at least three years teaching experience; minimum bi-weekly salary range which shall consist of seven (7) salary steps and provide for six (6) increments as follows: two hundred eighty-four dollars ($284), two hundred ninety-eight dollars ($298), three hundred thirteen dollars ($313), three hundred twenty-nine dollars ($329), three hundred forty-five dollars and fifty cents ($345.50), three hundred sixty-two dollars and fifty cents ($362.50), three hundred eighty dollars and fifty cents ($380.50).
Graduate degrees and preparation to meet the qualifications of this act shall be earned in fields related to the service rendered to the college.
Upon the recommendation of the president of a State College, the Superintendent of Public Instruction1 may accept other education and experience qualifications than those mandated in this act for temporary appointments.
Laboratory School Teachers--Members of the college faculties who are assigned to College Laboratory Schools shall receive total annual salaries for which they would qualify in accordance with the above classifications, regardless of whether salary is paid entirely by the State or in part by the public schools.
Co-operating Teachers--Full-time employes of public school systems not classified as College Laboratory School Teachers but assisting with the supervision of student teachers qualifications--minimum of a Baccalaureate Degree and at least three years experience as a public school teacher: minimum annual compensation seventy-five dollars ($75) for each student teacher under his or her supervision, which student teacher shall be enrolled to secure the total number of semester hours of student teaching credit required for graduation; minimum annual increment, five dollars ($5); minimum number of increments five (5).
Deans, heads of department and other administrative officials shall receive not less than five dollars ($5) bi-weekly and not more than fifty dollars ($50) bi-weekly, as additional compensation, according to the policies developed by the board of presidents and approved by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction.
The compensation of all instructional employes and administrators of the State Colleges not covered by the provisions of this act shall be determined by the Executive Board of the Commonwealth under the regulations prescribed by the Administrative Code.
The minimum salary ranges prescribed in this act may be adjusted upward by the Executive Board of the Commonwealth through the adoption of a higher minimum salary step for each of these salary ranges, or through the adoption of additional salary steps beyond the maximum salary step of each of these salary ranges, or both.

Credits

1952, Jan. 18, P.L. (1951) 2111, § 2. Amended 1956, April 13, P.L. (1955) 1473, § 1; 1957, July 16, P.L. 950, § 1; 1963, July 30, P.L. 329, § 1; 1974, March 28, P.L. 230, No. 51, § 1.

Footnotes

Now Secretary of Education; see 71 P.S. §§ 1037, 1038.
24 P.S. § 1864.2, PA ST 24 P.S. § 1864.2
Current through 2022 Regular Session Act 96. Some statute sections may be more current, see credits for details.
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