ERIC Number: ED251945
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1984
Reference Count: N/A
Fringe Benefits for Superintendents in Public Schools, 1983-84. Part 1 of National Survey of Fringe Benefits in Public Schools. ERS Report.
Educational Research Service, Arlington, VA.
The fifth biennial National Survey of Fringe Benefits in Public Schools focuses on a wide range of fringe benefit practices offered all professional personnel. Data were collected from a national panel sample stratified by enrollment size; they are reported separately for large, medium, small, and very small systems, for five levels of per pupil expenditure, and for eight geographic regions. This volume, part 1, covers fringe benefits for superintendents. Included are data on salary, length of contract and years of service, and other benefits, such as individual life insurance and annuity program, that are of particular relevance to the unique position of superintendent of schools. Highlights of the survey, by percentage figures, are provided, followed by an introduction describing the scope of the study and sample design. Thereafter, tables 1 through 30 present detailed summaries and distribution data for fringe benefit provisions tabulated by enrollment group, including data from all responding school systems. Table 31 reports by per pupil expenditure level the percentage of respondents providing the fringe benefits included in tables 1 through 30, and table 32 tabulates the same data on the basis of geographic locations. (TE)
Descriptors: Compensation (Remuneration), Elementary Secondary Education, Employer Employee Relationship, Expenditure per Student, Fringe Benefits, Health Insurance, Leaves of Absence, Personnel Policy, Retirement Benefits, School District Size, School Statistics, School Surveys, Superintendents, Tables (Data), Vacations
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Authoring Institution: Educational Research Service, Arlington, VA.