Rural School Survey of New York State Volume 7

Rural School Survey of New York State Volume 7

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1922 edition. Excerpt: ...rural high school principals of the State shows an increase in 1920-21 over 1919-20 of $287.40 in the median salary of teachers and of $207.30 in the median salary of principals. These facts would seem to indicate that teachers re Table 51.--Salaries Of 416 Rural High School Principals And Teachers In 1920-21 Amount received $750-$799 800-849 850-899 900-949 950-999 1,000-1,049 1,050-1,099 1,100-1,149 1,150-1,199 1,200-1,249 1,250-1,299 1,300-1,349 1,350-1,399 1,400-1,449 1,450-1,499 1,500-1,549 1,550-1,599 1,600-1,649 1,650-1,699 1,700-1,749 1,750-1,799 1,800-1,849 1,850-1,899 1,900-1,949 1,950-1,999 Table 52.--Salaries Of 26387 Rural High School Principals And Teachers In 1919-20 ceived in 1920-21 salary increases over 1919-20 to an amount approximately equal to the $300 per teacher from State funds under the provisions of the Lockwood-Donahue act. In the case of principals the increase seems to have been to the extent of approximately twothirds of the $300 available from the special State fund. Economic Status The data indicate that more than one-half of the rural high school teaching staff have no source of income beyond their salaries received as principals and teachers. In round numbers, 53 percent of the principals reported that they received no money from any other source. Practically 69 percent of the teachers reported no money from any other source. Combining the data for principals and teachers shows that over 88 percent of the staff received $100 or less from sources other than salary in 1920-21. Table S3.--The Amount Of Money Derived From Other Sources During The Year (interest Received, Income From Other Investments, Etc.) Table 54.--Approximate Amount Of Money Earned Outside Regular Teaching Salary During The Year The larger...
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  • Paperback | 48 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 104g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123664669X
  • 9781236646699