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    Re: Starting salary
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    The question is not what you would make with that particular
    licensure; the question is in what school district you hope
    to teach.

    Click this link, and go to the "collective bargaining" link
    on the right hand side. You'll see the master contracts of
    most Ohio public schools and other agencies (though some
    contracts shown aren't the most current ones being used.)
    Pick a couple and look at their salary scales. You can see a
    HUGE discrepancy in salaries depending on location. In every
    district I know of, all certified teachers (preschool - grade
    12, reg ed and spec ed) are on the same salary scale for
    their district: one year of experience means you get$X, 10
    years means you get $Y. The only variables beyond that are
    hours / degrees of professional development. If I moved one
    district over, I would make $2,000 less per year than I do at
    my current district. If I moved one district over (the other
    direction), I think I could make $2-3,000 more.

    A special ed license will open up more opportunities to land
    a job, but you'll be paid the same as the new reg ed teachers.

    collective bargaining agreements

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