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Teacher pay scale – Westport CT

January 14, 2007 am31 4:42 am

As I find them, I will post teacher pay scales, concentrating on communities not so far from NYC. For the New York City Department of Education salary schedule, click current or future.

Westport, Connecticut is an affluent town on Long Island Sound, just east of Norwalk. It is liberal, white (over 95%) and rich (per capita income over $70,000).

Westport’s salary schedule is below the fold ———–>

I don’t understand this salary chart completely. In particular, I don’t know why the first two lines are blank (is there a separate probationary schedule that I missed??)

As you review the numbers below, notice how slowly the jumps are fairly even, until the end when they jump. (there is a $6000 step moving from 12 to 13 in the leftmost column!) And that one $90K figure seems to jump out of nowhere.

Step 16 appears to have errors. They are in the source.

For comparison, NYC’s bigger raises are more spread (see link at the top of this article), and neighboring (urban, middle class) Norwalk has a more generous scale, except at the very top. Click to see Norwalk’s teacher pay scale.

TEACHERS’
SALARY SCHEDULE 2006 – 2007


STEP

BA

MA or BA+30

MA+60 or BA+30

MA+60 or BA+90

1
       

2
       

3

41997

45126

48996

52537

4

42878

46789

50527

54271

5

44850

48730

52905

55906

6

47012

50931

55109

57534

7

49364

53630

57491

60347

8

51886

55844

59782

62749

9

54467

58460

62566

65158

10

56996

60673

64858

67731

11

59269

63289

67157

70543

12

61921

65905

69836

72956

13

67774

68188

72515

75762

14
 
70604

74808

78538

15
 
73692

77165

80992

16
 
82058

80491

84807

17
   
88192

93289

Source: Westport Board of Education

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. Melinda permalink
    June 27, 2007 am30 5:26 am 5:26 am

    Does anyone happen to know the teacher payscale for Windsor, CT and how it compares to other districts within the Greater Hartford area? Thanks!

  2. June 28, 2007 pm30 4:46 pm 4:46 pm

    I need to appeal for more links. The ten or so I have are not nearly enough.

  3. David permalink
    December 10, 2009 am31 3:43 am 3:43 am

    I believe Connecticut prefers to only hire teachers with at least twenty months experience, http://www.sde.ct.gov/sde/cwp/view.asp?a=2613&q=321278 this would explain the gap.

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