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[Compiled from the Eighteenth Annual Report of the Board of E lucation, 188) 90. pp. 12 and 162.]
Principals receive for the first room actually used as a session room, $500; for each additional session room $25. Salaries of assistant teachers in charge of rooms shall be based on experience, as follows:
Class-room teachers receive the same salaries as t achers in charge of rooms of the next lower grade.
SAGINAW (EAST SIDE), MICH.
[Report of the Public Schools, 1887-89, p. 131.]
The salaries of teachers are as follows, unless otherwise specified by the board:
Teachers holding certificates of the first grade are entitled to $25 additional to the above rates, but teachers without experience do not receive this additional amount until the second year's service. After four years' continued service for every three years further service an additional $25 may be granted to teachers holding either grade of certificate.
Substitute teachers receive $2 per day, but if the salary of the absent teacher is less than that sum the substitute receives the per diem of the absentee.
[Fourteenth Annual Report of the Board of Education, 1890-91, p. 61.]
a In buildings of more than 12 rooms the salaries of principals are as directed by the board.
Substitutes receive 75 per cent of the schedule salary of the positions filled. When taken from the teachers' training school they receive $1.50 per day. The salaries of all other teachers and of the superintendent and supervisors of special work are fixed by special action of the board.
ST. PAUL, MINN.
[Compiled from the Manual of the Public Schools, 1891-92, p. 61.]
Teachers of highest grammar grade, $800. Other teachers, first year, $400; annual increase $50; maximum, $700.
Graduates of a high school who have attended a regular normal school for one year are credited with two years' experience.
NASHUA, N. H.
[Twenty-third Annual Report of the Board of Education, 1889, p. 55.]