I've been asked by the head of the Teachers Union to research about what districts (in the state?) offer 12-month pay versus 10-month pay. I'm talking about the district offering it, not having to set up a savings account at a crummy credit union (re: MECU) to do so.
This is something I've always wanted - my salary spread across 12 months instead of 10 months, so I'm not left with only a savings account to get through the summer. I've done okay in recent years with it, but it still makes me very nervous. My friends who have gone from public to private school cite the 12-month option as a huge advantage over the 10-month option, which is the only one that the city offers.
So, I would appreciate any feedback about 12 month contracts versus 10 month contracts elsewhere in Maryland. Does Baltimore County offer a 12-month salary? Other counties?
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