Illinois Noncertified Salary Study, 1995-1996.Report as inadecuate

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Two hundred thirty-two Illinois school districts and special education cooperatives were selected to participate in this survey. Public school districts and special education cooperatives in Illinois reporting 50 or more full-time noncertified staff were chosen for the survey, and additional districts and co-ops were chosen from the remaining 716 districts/cooperatives to be representative of the distribution of the remaining noncertified staff. Data include part-time versus full-time status, membership in an employees' organization or union, beginning salary, maximum salary, insurance benefits, and eligibility for sick leave, retirement, and other benefits. Where applicable, staff categories include: architects, attendance officers, attorneys, bookkeepers, bus drivers, other transportation, clerks, cooks, other food service, custodians, engineers, health aides, health assistants, library aides, maintenance workers, mechanics, playground supervisors, secretaries, security, teacher aides, teacher assistants, and other educational support staff. Data are provided by district and a key is given for equivalent county name. The survey form is included. (JLS)

Descriptors: Compensation (Remuneration), Elementary Secondary Education, Fringe Benefits, Nonprofessional Personnel, Paraprofessional School Personnel, Professional Personnel, Public Schools, Salaries, School Districts, Surveys, Tables (Data)

Author: Illinois State Board of Education, Springfield. Dept. of Policy, Planning and Resource Management.


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