12 Teachers from Boston Public Schools submitted salaries.
Boston Public Schools (BPS) has a rich and storied tradition that began with the charter of the first public school in the country in 1635. They also had the first elementary school, first school system and the first high school.
Boston Public Schools consists of 128 schools that teach thousands of students. The school system is also an national leader incorporating Montessori and Charter schools into the mix of traditional public schools. Through the years, BPS has transitioned through countless challenges like desegregation and periods where the system failed to deliver academic success. Since 2006, however, the school system has been recognized for countless innovations, programs and success.
BPS have been the recipients of the Broad Prize for Urban Education, the Boston Latin High School consistently ranks among the top 100 in the country, and Forbes has ranked the school system among the best inner-city systems in the country. Additionally, six schools in Boston have earned accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) for their early childhood programs.
Boston Public School teachers are among the highest paid teachers in Massachusetts and they offer stages and tiers for compensation based on your education level, experience and professional credits. They also have positions for clerical work, administration, custodial, substitute teachers, and cafeteria workers. Boston Public Schools are afforded the same benefits as city workers with health insurance, retirement accounts, credit union access, and paid time off. The Laptop for Learning Program provides every BPS teacher with a laptop. And, as a Boston Public School teacher, you might also qualify for student loan forgiveness.
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