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Summary HB090 Changes to Education Laws - Class size



  • Master's Pay Change Effective 2014-15
    Per legislation: "…no teachers or instructional support personnel, except for certified school nurses and instructional support personnel in positions for which a master's degree is required for licensure, shall be paid on the "M" salary schedule or receive a salary supplement for academic preparation at the six-year degree level or at the doctoral degree level for the 2014-2015 school year, unless they were paid on that salary schedule or received that salary supplement prior to the 2014-2015 school year."
  • Vacation Leave Accrual Changes Effective January 1, 2011
    The annual (vacation) leave accrual rates for employees with 0-2 years of service and 2-5 year of service have been combined into one accrual rate.
  • Guidelines for National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) Pay Differential
    (pdf, 25kb)  UPDATED 2/5/15
  • Salary Changes Summary 2009
    (pdf, 18kb)
  • Reduction in Force (RIF) & Hospital Insurance Continuance
  • Guidance on Retirees
  • Differential Pay for Military Duty (Q & A)



  • AP / IB Teacher Legislated Bonuses 2016-17 FAQ
    (pdf, 72kb)   LAST UPDATED: JANUARY 20, 2017
  • State Salary Schedules Frequently Asked Questions
    • 15-16 FAQ
      (pdf, 47kb)   LAST UPDATED: SEPTEMBER 30, 2015
    • 14-15 FAQ
      (pdf, 59kb)   LAST UPDATED: AUGUST 27, 2014
  • Determining the Hold Harmless for Teachers - Examples
    (pdf, 83kb)   LAST UPDATED: SEPTEMBER 24, 2015
  • $750 Bonus Q&A 2015-16
    (pdf, 96kb)   LAST UPDATED: OCTOBER 5, 2015
  • Bonus Leave Q & A 2013-14
    (pdf, 76kb)
  • 2005 Bonus Leave Guidelines


Iran Divestment Act
Memo from NC Department of Administration, Division of Purchase and Contracts
(pdf, 94kb)   UPDATED 7/28/17


LEA Purchasing Flexibility, E-Procurement, and Senate Bill 620 - Key Questions and Answers