ERIC Number: ED043310
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
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Report One of the Committee on the Status of Women.
American Association of Univ. Professors, Emporia, KS.
This report consists of: (1) a salary study which examines salaries paid to full-time faculty at Kansas State Teachers College by differences in sex, rank, and department; and (2) a copy of KSA 44-1101 - 1109, a law enacted by the 1970 Kansas legislature, providing equal pay for equal work, regardless of the sex of the employee. Tables in the study show: (1) 9-month average salaries, 1969-70, by rank and sex, college-wide; (2) the same but by department; (3) Board of Regent's suggested 9-month salary guidelines, and the faculty who are above and below maximum and minimum levels, by sex and department; (4) 1969-70 average raises, both percent and absolute dollars, by sex; (5) 9-month average salaries by rank, sex, and department, for new full-time faculty hired Fall 1969; and (6) 9-month average salaries by rank and sex, on a college-wide basis, for new full-time faculty hired, Fall 1969. The findings are that women full-time faculty members experience discrimination throughout the College in matters of salaries for their respective academic ranks. Not only do women earn less on the average than their male counterparts, but they receive lower percentage raises. Recommendations to rectify this situation are made. (AF)
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Authoring Institution: American Association of Univ. Professors, Emporia, KS.
Identifiers: Kansas State Teachers College Emporia