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New per diem and per session rates

October 4, 2007 am31 4:20 am

New York City has new pay rates effective in just a few days. This increase is small, the one this coming May is larger, and will give subs $155/day and teachers $42/hr for per session work beyond the school day.

Occasional per diem

Current

10/13/2007

5/19/2008

teacher

144.70 147.59 154.97
school secretary

107.94 110.10 115.60

Per Session and other rates

Current

10/13/2007

5/19/2008

Teacher

39.20 39.98 41.98
School Secretary

24.16 24.64 25.88
Lab Spec

36.42 37.15 39.01
Coverage Rate

32.95 33.61 35.29
Staff Development

17.85 18.21 19.12
Shortage Area Rate

5,284 5,390 5,659
Lead Teacher Differential

10,000 10,200 10,710
Daily Training Rate

35.59 38.29 40.21

Subject to Correction

In other news, the AFT endorsed Hillary Clinton. Didn’t we all already know that?

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. October 4, 2007 am31 4:45 am 4:45 am

    Looking at coverage rate makes me wonder why teaching is the only job that pays you less than your regular rate to work overtime.

  2. October 4, 2007 am31 4:53 am 4:53 am

    Sore subject. There’s ongoing inequity with coverage rates, which are paid out per class period covered (first one is free). The contract language looks like it goes back to the days when everyone’s period was 42 or 43 minutes.

    Fast forward to today. No one has a 42 minute period. 45, 48, 55, 62, but our contract language doesn’t distinguish between them.

    Should be addressed.

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