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This report presents data from the 1997-98 Illinois Teacher Salary Study, which has occurred annually since 1970-71. Part 1 presents Statewide Results. Part 2 offers Statewide Summary Tables by District Type and Size. Part 3 presents Individual Districts' Salary Schedule and Selected Policy/Provision Information. Part 4 includes Individual Area Vocational Centers' Salary Schedule and Selected Policy/Provision Information. Part 5 offers Individual Special Education Cooperatives' Salary Schedule and Selected Policy/Provision Information. Part 6 includes Policy Cost and Percent Board Paid for Fringe Benefits per Employee and Family. Highlights of the findings include: of Illinois' 898 regular public school districts, 97.8 percent have a teacher salary schedule; districts of larger enrollment size tend to adopt higher scheduled salaries than smaller districts; over 95 percent of Illinois school districts have a negotiated agreement; a total of 653 teacher organizations are affiliated with the Illinois Education Association, 189 are affiliated with the Illinois Federation of Teachers, and 15 are independent. Two appendixes include county names and code numbers and the Illinois Teacher Salary Study form for 1997-98. (SM)

Descriptors: Educational Policy, Elementary Secondary Education, School District Spending, School Districts, Tables (Data), Teacher Employment Benefits, Teacher Salaries, Teachers











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

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=10646&id=ED426963







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