HJR 139: Minimum Salaries for New and Experienced Full-Time Teachers in Public Schools
JOINT RESOLUTION by Rader ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Rehwinkel Vasilinda ; Stark ; Stewart ; Watson, C.
Minimum Salaries for New and Experienced Full-Time Teachers in Public Schools; Proposes amendment to s. 1, Art. IX of State Constitution to set minimum salaries for new & experienced full-time teachers in public schools. By 2015, minimum salary for new full-time teacher in public school must be at least national average salary for new full-time teachers in public schools. By 2015, average salary for experienced full-time teacher in public school must be at least national average salary for experienced full-time teachers in public schools. Salary adjustments required by amendment are independent of employee benefits & must not result in decreased employee benefits. State, rather than school districts, must fund required salary increases.
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• Referred to K-12 Subcommittee; Civil Justice Subcommittee; Appropriations Committee; Education Committee -HJ 29
• Introduced -HJ 29
• Died in K-12 Subcommittee
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