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Introduced House Bill (H)

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Teacher salaries. Provides that, for a compensation plan adopted after June 30, 2018, one factor on which a school corporation must base an increase or increment in a local salary range for a teacher is the teacher's possession of a master's or doctorate degree or completion, at any time, of credit hours necessary to obtain a master's or doctorate degree. Provides that a school corporation may negotiate an increase or increment for salaries of teachers who make less than the greater of: (1) $50,000; or (2) the state average for teacher yearly salaries; if the teacher worked at least 120 Teacher salaries. Provides that, for a compensation plan adopted after June 30, 2018, one factor on which a school corporation must base an increase or increment in a local salary range for a teacher is the teacher's possession of a master's or doctorate degree or completion, at any time, of credit hours necessary to obtain a master's or doctorate degree. Provides that a school corporation may negotiate an increase or increment for salaries of teachers who make less than the greater of: (1) $50,000; or (2) the state average for teacher yearly salaries; if the teacher worked at least 120 days for the school corporation during the previous school year. Provides that a school corporation must demonstrate that providing an increase or increment will not place the school corporation in a position of deficit financing. ... View more