STATE SALARY MANUAL
NC Public School Personnel State Salary Manual
Contains complete legislative salary information and State Board of Education salary policies.
(pdf, 389kb) UPDATED 04/21/15
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Certified Educator Salary Schedules include teachers, certified instructional support and school based administrators.
All certified educators working in Local Education Agencies (LEA) are required to be paid from the legislated salary schedule. This schedule is approved annually by the general assembly and sets a minimum pay based on the educators years of experience and education level.
As a supplement to these monthly amounts, a LEA may approve additional funds to the educator to account for variances such as geographic location, market conditions or school demographics.
Salary schedules and daily rates for state legislated certified salaries, and salary ranges for non-certified personnel:
LOCAL SALARY SUPPLEMENTS
The average supplemental pay received by instructional personnel in addition to the state legislated certified salary.
For local salary supplement data, please see the Online Statistical Profile.
Archived Documents - pdf version is no longer provided by DPI.
A listing of budget codes and their required licensure areas for salary calculation purposes. This is used by administrative staff in the LEAs for coding personnel in the school systems. The Attach A is listed with the Uniform Chart of Accounts documents.
LEA License and Salary Info Center
User ID and password are required. Access to this site is given to Local Education Agencies (LEA), Charter Schools and Institutes of Higher Education only. Contact Systems Accounting at email@example.com to request access.
Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program Information
The Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program is a federal program created to encourage educators to enter and continue in the teaching profession in certain elementary and secondary schools that serve low-income families.