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ERIC Number: ED085914
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1974
Pages: 79
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Fringe Benefits for Administrative and Supervisory Personnel in Public Schools, 1973-74. An ERS Report.
Stieber, Gertrude N.
This report, the second of two major studies for 1973-74 on salary schedules and fringe benefits for administrative and supervisory personnel in public schools, presents the results of a broad national study of fringe benefits for school administrators. It provides information on the extent and nature of leave provisions (sickness, vacation, religious, personal, and sabbatical); insurance benefits (hospitalization, major medical/surgical, dental care, vision care, and group life insurance); tuition grants; severance pay; and the payment of professional association dues. The major part of the report consists of a 62-page system-by-system listing of the 863 systems that furnished the information. For ease of comparison, school systems are grouped into three categories by size of enrollment within their respective State. The listing gives the number of days of vacation leave and sick leave; the maximum accumulation granted for each type of leave for each reporting system; the number of emergency or personal leave days; and the number of days of religious leave and whether or not these days are charged to sick leave. The report contains four summary tables that show national distributions, means, medians, ranges of days granted for various types of leave, and distributions for various insurance provisions. The first three tables, in multiple parts, are based on an enrollment grouping of large, medium, small, and very small systems. The fourth table shows the percentage frequency of some of the more common fringe benefits reported by school systems within geographic regions. (Author/EA)
Educational Research Service, Inc., 1815 North Fort Myer Drive, Arlington, Virginia 22209 ($6.00)
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Authoring Institution: Educational Research Service, Arlington, VA.
Note: A related document is EA 005 651