Taking Back America By Taking Back Our Schools
(NOTE: This is base pay and does not include $18,000 per year each teacher gets in their benefits package)
Staci Burk 9-27-15
In 2012, GPS teachers made between $35,557 and $66,330 (2% raise)
In 2013, GPS teachers made between $36,611 and $68,334 (3% raise)
In 2014, GPS teachers made between $37,143 and $69,290 (1.4% raise)
In 2015, GPS teachers made between $37,737 and $70,399 (1.6% raise)
Here is a screen shot sample of a recently approved list of Gilbert Public Schools teacher salaries. These amounts are the base salaries and do not include PFP (pay for performance) or stipends if applicable.
80% of theses teachers get more than I do
80% of theses teachers get more than I do .... and you work 40 or 40+/54wk. they do not.
What? You mean in the private sector you don't get paid not to work? Who knew?!
Peggy McClain said:
And how many vacation days? And sick days? And personal days? And benefits?
The good teachers deserve their compensation, but they shouldn't be complaining to those of us in the private sector for more.