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LOS ANGELES, CAL.
[Compiled from the Annual Report of the Board of Education, 1890-91, p. 101.]
[Compiled from the Report of the Superintendent of Common Schools, 1890-91, pp. 42-45.]
a All experience in public schools of the United States to count.
NUMBER OF TEACHERS RECEIVING THE VARIOUS SALARIES IN THE FORE
81,320 | 7 teachers at 1,200 23 teachers at 1,080
43 teachers at
After a teacher has been with us one year she receives $760 a year, or $63.33 per calendar month. The pay is the same, without regard to the grade taught. The exceptions are, first, that the first assistant in a large building receives $45 a year more, and, second, the teachers of beginners, when they take charge of two schools or over 70 pupils, receive an addition of 25 per cent. Assistants in the high school receive from $500 to $1,200, according to the time of servico and scholarship required.-[Sixteenth Annual Report of the Board of Education, 1889-90, p. 11.]
[Compiled from the Fourteenth Annual Report of the Board of Education, 1889-90, pp. 38-42.]
[Compiled from the Manual of the New Haven Public Schools, 1891, pp.40-12.]
The salaries of all teachers in the high school and in the training school for teachers shall receive separate consideration, and shall be fixed according to experience and the character of the work to be performed.
[Compiled from the Annual Report of the Board of Education, 1890-91, pp. 88 and 94.]
The following are the salaries of teachers in the high and training schools for 1891-92:
HILLHOUSE HIGH SCHOOL.
1 teacher, male.
2 teachers, female.
3 teachers, female.
1 teacher, female.
Four divisions in the training school are taught by pupil-teachers who are in training and on trial. These teachers serve eighty days in this school and receive salary at the rate of $300 a year for the last twenty days.
[Reports concerning the Public Schools for 1890 91, p. 8.]
The salaries of other teachers are not stated separately.
[From manuscript report, 1892.1
The number of persons receiving the several salaries paid in 1892 was as follows:
[Compiled from the Twentieth Annual Report of the Board of Education, 1891, pp. 7–11.]
1 assistant principal, female 9 teachers, female (seventh grade). 9 teachers, female (sixth grade). 11 teachers, female (fifth grade) 12 teachers, female (fourth grade) 13 teachers, female (third grade). 15 teachers, female (second grade). 12 teachers, female (first or lowest grade) & teachers, female (first or lowest grade)
1 principal, male
3 assistants, female
[Compiled from Thirty-sixth Annual Report of the Board of Education, 1889-90, pp. 142–145.]
Second teachers in half-day divisions receive $50 per annum less than assist ants in primary grades. Three reserve teachers at $700 each.
Four substitutes, to be employed at the discretion of the superintendent, $4 each per day of actual service; other substitutes, $1.50 per day of actual service.
After two months' satisfactory service, 75 cents per day of actual service; after six months' service, $1.25 per day.
[Compiled from the Thirty-third Annual Report of the Board of School Inspectors, 1883-89,
The rule as to experience does not operate to give to any teacher a higher salary than that fixed as a maximum for the grade taught. Those who teach both English and German receive $25 additional, and all teachers of German only, who teach part of a day in one building and part in another, receive $25 additional. Teachers of pupils studying German in the sixth, seventh, and eighth grades receive $600 per annum maximum.
Substitutes in primary grades receive $2 per day; in grammar grades, $2.50 per day, and in the high school $4 per day.
The board of school commissioners annually fix the salaries of the superintendent, assistant superintendents, special teachers, critic teachers, and teachers in the high school.