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Teacher Pay: Clifton, NJ

April 20, 2008 pm30 10:58 pm
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Clifton is a small city, 80,000, about 10 miles west of the G W Bridge, and just south of Paterson. It’s about three-quarters white, 20% Hispanic. Median family income is about $60k.

Clifton has 14 elementary schools, 2 middle schools, and one high school. Clifton High School has an enrollment of 3400, perhaps the largest public high school in the entire state of New Jersey.

A reader sent a link for teacher pay scales from 2005-06. Normally I wouldn’t want to put up older stuff, but it came in an easy format, and it was a gift… Salaries are below the fold –>

Notice how small the raises are through the first 8 years.

Salary Guides 2005-2006

Step + BA + + MA + + + 6YR*
1 + 40,020 + 45,020 + 50,920
2 + 40,220 + 45,220 + 51,120
3 + 40,420 + 45,420 + 51,320
4 + 40,620 + 45,620 + 51,520
5 + 40,820 + 45,820 + 51,720
6 + 41,820 + 46,820 + 52,720
7 + 42,820 + 47,820 + 53,720
8 + 43,820 + 48,820 + 54,720
9 + 47,130 + 52,130 + 58,030
10+52,120 + 57,120 + 63,020
11+61,110 + 66,110 + 72,010
12+70,100 + 75,100 + 81,000

After year 12, longevities kick in.
14-19 years: 3%
20-24 years: 4%
25-29 years: 5%
30+ years: 6%

Source: Clifton Teachers Association

Share links, or e-mail me, and I will post more salary schedules. The ones on this site? Some I stumbled on; some readers sent in. Send more, I’ll post more (and more people will send more, and more people will read them, and more people ….)

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 here.

For a guide to salaries on this blog, click here. (I am aware that they are mostly 2006 – 2007. I update them, but not regularly).

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