This database contains PDF copies of the collective agreements for each Michigan district for teachers, bus drivers, assistants, office workers and other employees. Union contracts include not only salaries and social benefits, but also information on class sizes, staff evaluations, school calendars and more. The Mackinac Center for Public Policy is working to update this database in a timely manner. We invite school districts to support us by sending copies of new collective agreements or links to these agreements to firstname.lastname@example.org. We have listed the 13 schools and their contact details managed by BPS in the list below. For more information about each school, click on the name. Click on the name of the city to view the list of schools in that city. Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), CCD Local Education Agency (School District) Universe Survey 2014 *N/A indicates that the issue was not addressed as part of the documents verified by NCTQ. ** The number of school district teachers, enrolments and demographics are from the 2016-2017 school year and are from the National Center for Education Statistics. Natives are Indians, Alaska Natives, and Hawaiian Natives.
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) 2013, MSA: Warren-Troy-Farmington Hills, SOC Codes: 25-2011, 25-2012, 25-2021, 25-2022, 25-2031, 27-2022, 25-3098, 25-9041 BPS is proud to be an AdvancED District! Learn more about BPS AdvancED. The total number of school administrators and assistants working for BPS is shown in the table below. Learn more below about salaries and details for administrators and support staff, including consultants and librarians for the Warren-Troy-Farmington Hills area. Post on Teacher.org and 100+ Job Exchanges with a deposit: Click here to post a job. BPS is now a national and national character district! BPS is the first district in Michigan to be named District of Character! For more information about the borough, explore our website or visit the Potential Families section on our website. Looking for more information about Birmingham Public Schools, tourist information and the registration process? Visit our “Future Families” tab. The total number of BPS teachers per class is shown below. Source: Local Education Agency (School District) Finance Survey (F-33) Data (2012) 18:00 -20:00 Education Board – Study Session. See how other nearby school districts are doing in terms of learning and employment: The tables below describe the number of teachers, administrators, and assistants employed by BPS.
This information is obtained through a self-reported survey by the NCES Universe Survey. The total number of teachers, coordinators and teaching assistants is shown in the table below. This table shows the average salary for teachers, as provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) for the Warren-Troy-Farmington Hills area. . . .