Alocsin's Teaching Jobs and Salaries Index
© 2012 by Aurelio Locsin.
Teachers are responsible for instructing students from the age of five years up to the college level. They typically require at least a four-year undergraduate degree. Those working for public schools up to the 12th grade may also need licensing, though this is often not necessary for those in private institutes. Most public school teachers are represented by a union who negotiates salaries, benefits and scheduling for all members of a school district.
The following indexes Alocsin's hubs relating to the teaching profession. The writing is categorized into standard and special education, and then arranged from earliest to latest grade level. Most of the articles detail salaries as well as the employers and locations for the best pay.
The following covers employment information for educators who teach a standard population.
- Kindergarten is for children under six years of age.
- Elementary School is for grades one through six.
- Middle School is for grades five through nine.
- High School is for grades nine through twelve.
- College covers salaries for teachers at the postsecondary level.
The following covers employment information for teachers who specialize in those with emotional, physical or cognitive disabilities.
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