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BCTF Research Report

Section 1
2001-TS-01

B.C. Teachers’ Salaries as of 2001:
Endrate Salary Minima and Maxima

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Updated February 8, 2002

By Anne C. (Anny) Schaefer
Research Analyst, BCTF Research


NEW: B.C. teachers' salaries, minima and maxima: July 1, 2001

This report provides current starting and maximum salaries for B.C. teachers. The 1998-2001 collective agreement between the BCTF and the B.C. Public School Employers’ Association, imposed by legislation in July 1998, provided for the following salary adjustments:

  • 0%: July 1, 1998 to June 30, 1999
  • 0%: July 1, 1999 to March 31, 2000
  • 2%: April 1, 2000

The collective agreement expired June 30, 2001.

Table 1 displays the endrate minimum and maximum salaries for teachers in salary categories 3, 4, and 5, and the maximum of category 6 or 6M for each school district or local as of June 30, 2001. Rankings are also included for each category. Each mean is an unweighted average, complying with long-standing practice.

Table 2 indicates the grid status of locals in amalgamated school districts. In the nine amalgamated districts where locals have not amalgamated, 2 or 3 pre-amalgamation grids are retained. In 8 amalgamated districts, locals have also amalgamated; however, 2 grids are still in effect in half of these districts.

Table 3 sets out the number of steps required to reach salary maximum.


TEACHER CERTIFICATION AND SALARY CATEGORIZATION

Certification: The B.C. College of Teachers, established under the authority of the Teaching Profession Act, has the sole authority to issue teaching certificates.

The college issues two general certificates—a standard certificate and a professional certificate. In special circumstances the college may also issue a teaching licence, an instructor’s diploma, or a letter of permission.

Inquiries about certification should be addressed to: Registrar, British Columbia College of Teachers, #405-1385 West 8th Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. V6H 3V9. Telephone 604-731-8170. Web site: www.bcct.ca.

Salary Categorization: Evaluation of a teacher’s academic and professional preparation is carried out by the Teacher Qualification Service, an agency operated jointly by the B.C. Teachers’ Federation and the B.C. School Trustees’ Association.

Inquiries regarding salary categorization should be directed to the Teacher Qualification Service, #106-1525 West 8th Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. V6J 1T5. Telephone 604-736-5484. Web site: www.tqs.bc.ca.

Salary schedules were established at the school district level by negotiation between the local school board and local teachers’ association, although since 1996, teachers’ salary increases have been negotiated provincially. In some districts, local negotiations resulted in two variations of payment for Category 4 and two for Category 6, as well as recognition for salary purposes of certain types of additional training or experience. The local salary agreement must be examined to determine the criteria or conditions that apply in these cases.

TEACHER QUALIFICATION SERVICE (TQS) SALARY CATEGORIES

There are 6 TQS categories. Each category is determined on the basis of programs completed after meeting the university entrance requirement (Grade 12) in British Columbia or its equivalent (at the date of first certification in this province), and on the requirements set out below:


Category 1
This level is no longer granted.

Category 2
The requirements for this category are one of:

a) An acceptable program of at least two years of post-secondary academic and professional training; or,
b) A demonstrated record of knowledge, skills and experience (in an area not generally taught in a university setting) that qualifies an individual for a teaching certificate in a specialized field of teaching in the public school system.

Category 3
The requirement for this category is an acceptable three year program of post-secondary academic and professional training, including an acceptable professional year of teacher preparation.

Category 4
The requirements for this category are one of:

a) An acceptable four year B.Ed. degree or an acceptable three year baccalaureate degree plus an acceptable professional year of teacher preparation or an acceptable one year B.Ed. degree; or,
b) An acceptable three year diploma program containing academic and professional preparation followed by an acceptable degree; or,
c) Fourth year standing on an acceptable five year B.Ed. program, or the completion of an acceptable professional year of teacher preparation and third year standing on an acceptable four year baccalaureate degree program.

Category 5
The requirements for this category are one or more acceptable programs totalling five or more years of academic and professional studies.

The requirements may be met with one of:
a) An acceptable five year B.Ed. degree or an acceptable four year baccalaureate degree plus an acceptable professional year of teacher preparation; or,
b) An acceptable four year B.Ed. degree plus an acceptable master's degree or an acceptable integrated program (note regulation 4.05); or,
c) An acceptable three year baccalaureate degree plus either an acceptable professional year of teacher training or an acceptable one year B.Ed. and either an acceptable integrated program (note regulation 4.05) or another acceptable degree; or,
d) An acceptable three year baccalaureate degree plus an acceptable two year B.Ed.

Category 6
The requirements for this category are two or more acceptable programs that total six or more years of academic and professional studies, and include an acceptable master's degree.

The requirements may be met with one of:
a) An acceptable five year B.Ed. degree or an acceptable four year baccalaureate degree plus an acceptable professional year of teacher preparation followed by an acceptable master's degree; or,
b) An acceptable four year B.Ed. degree followed by an acceptable integrated program (note regulation 4.05) and an acceptable master's degree or an acceptable master's degree and another acceptable degree: or,
c) An acceptable three year baccalaureate degree plus an acceptable professional year of teacher preparation followed by acceptable integrated program (note regulation 4.05) and an acceptable master's degree or an acceptable master's degree and another acceptable degree: or,
d) An acceptable three year baccalaureate degree plus an acceptable two year B.Ed. and an acceptable master's degree.

Source: TQS Regulations.


Table 1: Minimum and maximum teacher salaries, 2001

  Category 3 Category 4 Category 5 Category 6 or 6M
District -- Local Min Rank Max Rank Min Rank Max Rank Min Rank Max Rank Min Rank Max Rank
COUNT 64   64   72   72   72   72   72   72  
MEAN $33,849   $48,596   $35,094   $52,644   $38,662   $59,890   $42,249   $65,666  
MEDIAN $33,404   $48,439   $34,784   $52,079   $38,313   $59,503   $41,577   $65,260  
5 SOUTHEAST KOOTENAY                                
   1 Southeast Kootenay -- Fernie $35,220 15 $48,494 31 $37,468 9 $51,590 62 $42,562 5 $59,077 53 $47,366 3 $66,425 17
   2 Southeast Kootenay -- Cranbrook $33,413 31 $48,659 27 $35,547 24 $51,774 51 $40,513 12 $59,728 25 $44,712 9 $66,942 10
6 ROCKY MOUNTAIN                                
   3 Rocky Mountain -- Kimberley $33,321 35 $49,398 12 $35,448 25 $52,544 23 $40,197 16 $60,843 10 $43,687 16 $66,895 11
   4 Rocky Mountain -- Windermere $33,458 30 $48,245 37 $35,592 23 $51,324 71 $40,257 15 $59,031 54 $43,330 20 $64,390 64
  18 Rocky Mountain -- Golden $31,633 59 $48,473 32 $33,653 54 $51,573 65 $38,397 36 $59,337 43 $41,226 44 $64,006 71
8 KOOTENAY LAKE                                
   7 Kootenay Lake -- Nelson $33,212 38 $48,965 17 $35,333 28 $53,153 18 $39,170 25 $60,550 17 $43,002 23 $66,422 18
  86 Kootenay Lake -- Creston Valley $31,754 57 $48,872 20 $33,780 50 $51,996 38 $38,105 40 $59,543 31 $42,085 33 $65,323 34
10 ARROW LAKES $35,185 16 $49,473 11 $37,430 10 $53,217 17 $41,540 6 $61,198 9 $45,602 6 $67,146 8
19 REVELSTOKE $32,560 52 $48,750 23 $34,638 39 $51,996 38 $38,471 34 $59,530 32 $41,827 35 $65,358 33
20 KOOTENAY-COLUMBIA $33,293 36 $49,096 15 $35,418 26 $52,734 20 $39,354 24 $60,654 14 $43,297 21 $65,747 25
22 VERNON $32,919 43 $47,123 57 $35,021 32 $51,400 69 $38,594 31 $58,571 69 $42,459 30 $64,188 70
23 CENTRAL OKANAGAN $31,227 62 $47,167 56 $33,220 66 $51,440 68 $36,610 62 $58,577 68 $40,309 61 $64,223 66
27 CARIBOO-CHILCOTIN $33,922 22 $48,313 35 $34,027 46 $52,236 35 $38,026 41 $59,418 40 $41,977 34 $65,088 44
28 QUESNEL $35,647 12 $48,567 30 $36,103 18 $52,483 25 $39,665 21 $59,665 27 $43,439 19 $65,309 35
33 CHILLIWACK $33,138 39 $47,287 54 $33,614 55 $51,644 60 $36,452 64 $59,173 49 $40,261 64 $64,900 50
34 ABBOTSFORD $33,401 33 $47,998 40 $33,887 49 $51,983 41 $37,387 47 $59,525 33 $40,625 52 $65,147 40
35 LANGLEY $33,045 41 $47,530 48 $33,502 60 $51,663 56 $36,985 56 $58,820 64 $40,470 55 $64,593 59
36 SURREY $32,799 45 $46,846 59 $33,212 68 $51,714 52 $36,088 68 $58,935 59 $39,925 67 $65,148 39
37 DELTA $30,774 64 $46,840 60 $32,739 72 $51,532 66 $35,688 71 $58,650 67 $39,286 71 $65,144 41
38 RICHMOND $33,919 23 $46,699 62 $34,792 35 $51,652 59 $38,229 37 $58,949 57 $45,092 8 $68,222 6
39 VANCOUVER $35,605 13 $47,024 58 $36,117 17 $51,962 43 $39,658 22 $59,191 48 $43,567 18 $65,375 32
40 NEW WESTMINSTER $32,509 53 $47,462 50 $32,801 69 $52,447 26 $36,039 69 $60,075 23 $39,744 69 $66,360 20
41 BURNABY         $32,795 70 $52,309 31 $35,732 70 $59,712 26 $39,541 70 $65,820 24
42 MAPLE RIDGE-PITT MEADOWS $32,773 47 $46,823 61 $33,214 67 $51,361 70 $36,333 67 $58,946 58 $39,931 66 $64,625 58
43 COQUITLAM $33,351 34 $44,233 64 $33,351 62 $51,490 67 $36,505 63 $58,786 65 $40,218 65 $64,869 52
44 NORTH VANCOUVER         $33,572 58 $52,635 22 $36,437 66 $60,113 21 $40,440 57 $66,492 16
45 WEST VANCOUVER $30,777 63 $46,174 63 $32,742 71 $51,192 72 $35,675 72 $58,235 72 $39,191 72 $64,191 69
46 SUNSHINE COAST $33,407 32 $48,874 19 $34,192 44 $51,992 40 $37,798 43 $59,378 41 $41,248 42 $65,138 43
47 POWELL RIVER $34,296 20 $48,738 24 $36,485 14 $51,851 46 $40,352 14 $59,128 51 $43,924 15 $64,687 56
48 HOWE SOUND $32,919 43 $48,677 26 $35,021 32 $51,821 48 $38,486 33 $59,566 30 $42,856 25 $65,443 30
49 CENTRAL COAST $36,558 6 $52,479 2 $38,892 4 $56,189 3 $44,177 2 $63,364 3 $47,635 2 $68,945 3
50 HAIDA GWAII/QUEEN CHARLOTTE $38,434 3 $51,985 3 $39,323 3 $55,303 7 $42,665 4 $62,399 6 $46,025 5 $67,526 7
51 BOUNDARY         $35,079 31 $52,387 27 $38,724 30 $60,237 19 $42,369 31 $66,407 19
52 PRINCE RUPERT $36,609 5 $49,307 13 $37,581 8 $53,601 13 $41,047 9 $60,577 15 $44,355 12 $66,495 15
53 OKANAGAN SIMILKAMEEN                                
  14 Okanagan Similkameen -- Southern Okanagan         $33,565 59 $51,975 42 $36,993 55 $59,224 46 $40,728 51 $64,873 51
  16 Okanagan Similkameen -- Keremeos $33,475 29 $47,722 46 $34,471 41 $52,641 21 $37,301 49 $59,211 47 $40,327 60 $64,567 60
54 BULKLEY VALLEY $33,668 24 $48,623 29 $34,483 40 $53,232 16 $37,982 42 $60,233 20 $41,130 46 $65,635 28
57 PRINCE GEORGE $33,483 27 $48,001 39 $33,912 48 $52,326 30 $37,304 48 $59,583 29 $41,285 41 $65,279 36
58 NICOLA-SIMILKAMEEN                                
  17 Nicola-Similkameen -- Princeton         $33,588 57 $51,998 37 $37,017 53 $59,237 45 $40,755 50 $64,911 49
  31 Nicola-Similkameen -- Nicola Valley $36,481 7 $47,756 45 $37,244 11 $52,256 32 $41,354 7 $59,498 37 $45,249 7 $64,752 54
59 PEACE RIVER SOUTH $35,366 14 $50,138 10 $37,624 6 $54,132 10 $41,045 10 $60,838 11 $44,466 11 $65,510 29
60 PEACE RIVER NORTH $34,428 19 $50,392 9 $36,626 13 $54,338 9 $40,405 13 $60,727 13 $44,535 10 $66,702 12
61 GREATER VICTORIA $36,073 8 $48,891 18 $36,655 12 $53,875 12 $40,105 17 $59,512 35 $44,270 13 $65,746 26
62 SOOKE $32,234 54 $47,877 43 $34,291 42 $51,889 45 $37,769 44 $58,956 56 $41,125 47 $64,697 55
63 SAANICH $33,613 26 $47,190 55 $35,759 20 $51,904 44 $39,087 27 $58,889 61 $42,523 29 $64,983 46
64 GULF ISLANDS         $33,677 52 $51,782 50 $36,874 57 $58,833 62 $40,277 62 $64,549 62
67 OKANAGAN SKAHA         $33,753 51 $52,253 33 $37,064 51 $59,339 42 $40,802 49 $64,980 47
68 NANAIMO-LADYSMITH $33,477 28 $48,383 34 $35,614 21 $52,368 29 $38,579 32 $59,612 28 $41,741 36 $65,687 27
69 QUALICUM $31,892 56 $48,712 25 $33,927 47 $51,828 47 $37,252 50 $59,009 55 $40,584 53 $64,340 65
70 ALBERNI $32,689 48 $47,872 44 $34,776 37 $52,536 24 $38,740 28 $60,560 16 $41,319 39 $65,879 23
71 COMOX VALLEY $32,952 42 $47,462 50 $33,272 65 $51,653 58 $36,703 61 $58,758 66 $40,384 59 $63,737 72
72 CAMPBELL RIVER $32,219 55 $48,165 38 $34,275 43 $52,250 34 $37,684 46 $59,514 34 $41,243 43 $65,230 38
73 KAMLOOPS/THOMPSON $38,705 2 $47,986 41 $39,420 2 $51,712 54 $43,580 3 $59,116 52 $46,975 4 $64,775 53
74 GOLD TRAIL                                
  29 Gold Trail -- Lillooet $31,299 61 $47,878 42 $33,297 64 $51,585 63 $36,997 54 $58,519 70 $39,893 68 $64,196 67
  74 Gold Trail -- South Cariboo $33,222 37 $47,692 47 $35,343 27 $51,585 63 $39,116 26 $58,519 70 $42,757 27 $64,196 67
75 MISSION $31,657 58 $47,465 49 $33,677 52 $51,695 55 $36,782 59 $59,257 44 $40,440 57 $65,053 45
78 FRASER-CASCADE                                
  32 Fraser-Cascade East (Hope) $32,595 49 $47,298 52 $33,610 56 $51,660 57 $36,446 65 $59,161 50 $40,268 63 $64,919 48
  76 Fraser-Cascade West (Agassiz-Harrison) $32,595 49 $47,298 52 $34,171 45 $51,821 48 $37,026 52 $59,846 24 $41,008 48 $66,048 21
79 COWICHAN VALLEY                                
  65 Cowichan Valley -- Cowichan $32,568 51 $48,291 36 $34,646 38 $52,160 36 $38,205 38 $59,472 38 $41,413 37 $65,240 37
  66 Cowichan Valley -- Lake Cowichan $33,075 40 $48,752 22 $35,188 30 $52,814 19 $38,735 29 $60,113 22 $41,208 45 $65,144 42
81 FORT NELSON $35,817 10 $51,924 4 $38,187 5 $55,319 6 $41,194 8 $62,368 7 $43,598 17 $66,697 13
82 COAST MOUNTAINS                                
  80 Coast Mountains -- Kitimat $32,775 46 $49,209 14 $34,867 34 $53,360 14 $38,435 35 $60,755 12 $42,146 32 $66,635 14
  88 Coast Mountains -- Terrace $34,039 21 $48,836 21 $34,792 35 $53,351 15 $38,192 39 $60,386 18 $41,350 38 $65,965 22
83 NORTH OKANAGAN-SHUSWAP                                
  21 North Okanagan-Shuswap -- Armstrong         $33,400 61 $51,713 53 $36,811 58 $58,911 60 $40,518 54 $64,555 61
  89 North Okanagan-Shuswap -- Shuswap $31,499 60 $48,404 33 $33,344 63 $51,632 61 $36,754 60 $58,823 63 $40,461 56 $64,461 63
84 VANCOUVER ISLAND WEST $35,833 9 $48,973 16 $36,335 15 $52,386 28 $39,814 20 $59,428 39 $42,593 28 $64,673 57
85 VANCOUVER ISLAND NORTH $35,787 11 $50,653 7 $36,223 16 $54,703 8 $39,994 18 $61,917 8 $43,001 24 $67,113 9
87 STIKINE $41,872 1 $55,668 1 $42,851 1 $59,773 1 $46,147 1 $65,439 1 $49,270 1 $71,426 1
91 NECHAKO LAKES                                
  55 Nechako Lakes -- Burns Lake $34,868 17 $51,511 5 $35,966 19 $56,696 2 $39,941 19 $63,891 2 $42,786 26 $69,676 2
  56 Nechako Lakes -- Nechako $34,476 18 $50,453 8 $35,597 22 $55,569 4 $39,651 23 $63,193 4 $43,148 22 $68,373 4
92 NISGA'A $36,880 4 $51,451 6 $37,589 7 $55,364 5 $40,894 11 $62,431 5 $43,989 14 $68,343 5
93 FRANCOPHONE EDUCATION AUTHORITY $33,660 25 $48,654 28 $35,190 29 $54,040 11 $37,740 45 $59,507 36 $41,310 40 $65,433 31


Table 2: April 2000 salary grids of amalgamated school districts

Locals that have not amalgamated
Locals with 2000 grids SD-Local Name SD No. of
grids in
school
district
Notes
1 Southeast Kootenay--Fernie 5 2 SD 5 includes Locals 1 and 2
2 Southeast Kootenay--Cranbrook 5 2 SD 5 includes Locals 1 and 2
3 Rocky Mountain--Kimberley 6 3 SD 6 includes Locals 3, 4 and 18
4 Rocky Mountain--Windermere 6 3 SD 6 includes Locals 3, 4 and 18
7 Kootenay Lake--Nelson 8 2 SD 8 includes Locals 7 and 86
14 Okanagan Similkameen--Southern Okanagan 53 2 SD 53 includes Locals 14 and 16
16 Okanagan Similkameen--Keremeos 53 2 SD 53 includes Locals 14 and 16
17 Nicola-Similkameen--Princeton 58 2 SD 58 includes Locals 17 and 31
18 Rocky Mountain--Golden 6 3 SD 6 includes Locals 3, 4 and 18
21 North Okanagan-Shuswap--Armstrong # 2 SD 83 includes Locals 21 and 89
31 Nicola-Similkameen--Nicola Valley 58 2 SD 58 includes Locals 17 and 31
55 Nechako Lakes--Burns Lake 91 2 SD 91 includes Locals 55 and 56
56 Nechako Lakes--Nechako 91 2 SD 91 includes Locals 55 and 56
65 Cowichan Valley--Cowichan 79 2 SD 79 includes Locals 65 and 66
66 Cowichan Valley--Lake Cowichan 79 2 SD 79 includes Locals 65 and 66
80 Coast Mountains--Kitimat # 2 SD 82 includes Locals 80 and 88
86 Kootenay Lake--Creston Valley 8 2 SD 8 includes Locals 7 and 86
88 Coast Mountains--Terrace # 2 SD 82 includes Locals 80 and 88
89 North Okanagan-Shuswap--Shuswap # 2 SD 83 includes Locals 21 and 89

Locals that have amalgamated
Locals with 2000 grids SD-Local Name SD No. of
grids in
school
district
Notes
20 Kootenay-Columbia # 1 Formerly locals 9 and 11
29 Gold Trail--Lillooet 74 2 2 grids in effect (29 Lillooet and 74 Gold Trail, formerly 30 South Cariboo) although locals have been amalgamated for some time. Teachers appointed after 1997-06-30 go on 74 Gold Trail grid while current 29 Lillooet TA members stay on that scale till Step 8 then go to Step 9 on 74 Gold Trail grid.
32 Fraser-Cascade East (Hope) 78 2 Former locals 32 Hope and 76 Agassiz-Harrison are amalgamated but 2 grids are in use: East (32) and West (76). Contract language covers transfers.
51 Boundary 51 1 Former locals 12 Grand Forks and 13 Kettle Valley have amalgamated and use a single grid.
67 Okanagan Skaha 67 1 Former locals 15 Penticton and 77 Summerland have amalgamated and use a single grid.
73 Kamloops/Thompson 73 1 Former locals 24 Kamloops and 26 North Thompson have amalgamated and use a single grid.
74 Gold Trail--South Cariboo 74 2 2 grids in effect (29 Lillooet and 74 Gold Trail, formerly 30 South Cariboo) although locals have been amalgamated for some time. Teachers appointed after 1997-06-30 go on 74 Gold Trail grid while current 29 Lillooet TA members stay on that scale till Step 8 then go to Step 9 on 74 Gold Trail grid.
76 Fraser-Cascade West (Agassiz-Harrison) 78 2 Former locals 32 Hope and 76 Agassiz-Harrison are amalgamated but 2 grids are in use: East (32) and West (76). Contract language covers transfers.


Table 3: Number of steps to maximum salary

District--Local Number
of steps
to max
  District--Local Number
of steps
to max
5 SOUTHEAST KOOTENAY     58 NICOLA-SIMILKAMEEN  
 1 Southeast Kootenay--Fernie 10     17 Nicola-Similkameen--Princeton 11
   2 Southeast Kootenay--Cranbrook 9     31 Nicola-Similkameen--Nicola Valley 9
6 ROCKY MOUNTAIN     59 PEACE RIVER SOUTH 7
   3 Rocky Mountain--Kimberley 10   60 PEACE RIVER NORTH 9
   4 Rocky Mountain--Windermere 9   61 GREATER VICTORIA 11
  18 Rocky Mountain--Golden 10   62 SOOKE 9
8 KOOTENAY LAKE     63 SAANICH 10
   7 Kootenay Lake--Nelson 10   64 GULF ISLANDS 10
  86 Kootenay Lake--Creston Valley 9   67 OKANAGAN SKAHA 11
10 ARROW LAKES 10   68 NANAIMO-LADYSMITH 8
19 REVELSTOKE 10   69 QUALICUM 10
20 KOOTENAY-COLUMBIA 10   70 ALBERNI 10
22 VERNON 10   71 COMOX VALLEY 11
23 CENTRAL OKANAGAN 11   72 CAMPBELL RIVER 9
27 CARIBOO-CHILCOTIN 12   73 KAMLOOPS/THOMPSON 8
28 QUESNEL 10   74 GOLD TRAIL  
33 CHILLIWACK 11     29 Gold Trail--Lillooet 9
34 ABBOTSFORD 11     74 Gold Trail--South Cariboo 9
35 LANGLEY 11   75 MISSION 10
36 SURREY 11   78 FRASER-CASCADE  
37 DELTA 11     32 Fraser-Cascade East (Hope) 11
38 RICHMOND 11     76 Fraser-Cascade West (Agassiz-Harrison) 10
39 VANCOUVER 10   79 COWICHAN VALLEY  
40 NEW WESTMINSTER 12     65 Cowichan Valley--Cowichan 10
41 BURNABY 11     66 Cowichan Valley--Lake Cowichan 11
42 MAPLE RIDGE-PITT MEADOWS 12   81 FORT NELSON 10
43 COQUITLAM 11   82 COAST MOUNTAINS  
44 NORTH VANCOUVER 12     80 Coast Mountains--Kitimat 9
45 WEST VANCOUVER 10     88 Coast Mountains--Terrace 10
46 SUNSHINE COAST 10   83 NORTH OKANAGAN-SHUSWAP  
47 POWELL RIVER 10      21 North Okanagan-Shuswap--Armstrong 11
48 HOWE SOUND 9     89 North Okanagan-Shuswap--Shuswap 11
49 CENTRAL COAST 10   84 VANCOUVER ISLAND WEST 10
50 HAIDA GWAII/QUEEN CHARLOTTE 10   85 VANCOUVER ISLAND NORTH 11
51 BOUNDARY 11   87 STIKINE 11
52 PRINCE RUPERT 9   91 NECHAKO LAKES  
53 OKANAGAN SIMILKAMEEN       55 Nechako Lakes--Burns Lake 10
  14 Okanagan Similkameen--Southern Okanagan 11     56 Nechako Lakes--Nechako 10
  16 Okanagan Similkameen--Keremeos 10   92 NISGA'A 9
54 BULKLEY VALLEY 11   93 FRANCOPHONE EDUCATION AUTHORITY 11
57 PRINCE GEORGE 10      


MORE INFORMATION

The Research Department computer database files contain complete district salary information back to 1987/88 and major scale minima and maxima for a longer period. This information is available to BCTF staff, table officers, local presidents, and committee members.

Previous information has been published in the following Information Handbook research reports: 93-TS-03, 94-TS-01, 95-TS-06, and 98-TS-02.

The new teachers’ home page, at www.bctf.ca/NewTeachers/ and the “Attracting, recruiting and retaining the best teachers” home page, at www.bctf.ca/education/recruiting/, provide comprehensive information on teaching careers in British Columbia.


SOURCES

Teacher collective agreements, BCTF Research Department and Bargaining Division; Teacher Qualification Service Regulations: www.tqs.bc.ca.

Copyright© British Columbia Teachers’ Federation, 2001. All rights reserved.

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