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[Compiled from the Twenty-second Annual Report of the Superintendent of Public Schools, 1890-91, pp. 83 and 38.]
1 supervisor of drawing.
1 teacher of music..
1 assistant teacher of music
[Compiled from the Third Annual Report of the Public Schools, 1830-31, pp. 87 and 91.]
The salaries of grammar and primary teachers are adjusted as follows: A teacher of little or no experience receives the first year $650; for the second year, $700; for the third year, $750; for the fourth year, $800; and $850 for the fifth year of service with us. A teacher of long and favorable experience in schools of acknowledged efficiency receives $750 the first year, receiving the maximum salary, $850, the third year.
[Compiled from the Thirtieth Annual Report of the School Board, 1888-89, appendix, pp. 8
and 41.] $3,250
1 assistant, female
3 assistants, female
1 principal, male
2 assistants, female
1 vice-principal, male..
I teacher of literature, male..
1 teacher of Latin, male
[Compiled from the Directory of the School Board, 1891-92, p. 13.]
Principals of district schools
Principals of primary schools of four rooms
Principals of primary schools of more than four rooms, 850 for each
Teachers in the "reserve corps" (substitutes) are paid the same salaries as regular teachers. No deductions of salary are made except for failing to report for duty. Principals of evening schools, $2.50 per night; assistants, $2 per night
B.-A CONTRIBUTION TO THE HISTORY OF TEACHERS' SALARIES.
TABLE 1.-Salaries paid to teachers in the public schools of Baltimore, Md., 1829 to 1839 inclusive.