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LC Said,
April 17th, 2011 @2:39 pm  

not very much

its above the 30000 mark in most cases though

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MomtoAngels Said,
April 17th, 2011 @3:26 pm  

It depends on where you live. Starting out where I live teachers make $39,000 per year. If you have your Masters where I live it equals an extra $5,000 every year.

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Sprout26 Said,
April 17th, 2011 @4:02 pm  

I live in Northwestern Pa… I started at 37,108… That was 3 years ago…

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Open Admin Said,
April 17th, 2011 @4:18 pm  

I am in California and a BA would not be enough to be a teacher. However, if you completed the credential requirements, you can expect to start at 30-50,000. In my area, we start close to 40,000.

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llou18 Said,
April 17th, 2011 @5:07 pm  

Just keep this in mind- if you do not have a continuing contract (from year to year) you may want to stay with just the bachelors degree. If you did not have that continuing contract, having a masters would be a detriment. Typically teachers with more education get paid more. Would you, as an administrator, hire the teacher that can teach secondary science with a bachelors degree, or the teacher that can teach the same thing but costs more to do it? Its a sucky thing to have to think about but until you have the job for sure, you may want to keep yourself as employable as possible :)

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S R Said,
April 17th, 2011 @5:35 pm  

Salaries vary depending on many factors. You will find that jobs like these are negotiable when it comes to salary.More information, tips and help at http://moreaboutsalary.blogspot.com/

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