Salary Tables - Current
Salary Tables2021 - 2022 School Year
Teachers with Regular Credentials (T) by Annual Pay
Teachers with Alternative Certification (L) Teachers with Alternative Certification (L) by Annual Pay
Special Services Salary (D) Table
Day-to-Day Substitutes Serving in Place of Preparation Salary Table Employees
Teacher Hourly Rate (THR) Schedule, Flat Hourly, Regular Schedule and Differential Rates
Physicians and Dentists Salary (J) Table, Chest Specialist, and Psychiatrist
(Counseling Assistant, Certificated Teacher Assistants and certain Unit G Part-time playground positions)
Career Increment(s) (CI) Requirements
Employees paid on both tables can earn a career increment for longevity of service with LAUSD. To earn the first career increment, an employee must have been paid on the maximum schedule (Schedule 27) and step (Steps 10-14) for five qualifying years and must have completed the multicultural coursework requirement as stated below.
Subsequent to being initially placed on the salary schedule (rating-in), an employee must complete a minimum of two semester units or equivalent study to qualify for schedule advancement. Multicultural courses will not be required for schedule advancements after completion of four semester units (Educational Code, section 44560-44562).
New employees may be eligible for up to $3,060 depending on the employee's qualifications, type of school assignment, services provided, and certification held.
National Board Certification
The District pays probationary and permanent classroom teachers who hold National Board Certification an additional 15% salary compensation: 7 1/2% in recognition of their certification and 7 1/2% upon completion of 92 hours of professional duties outside the normal duties and hours.
A salary point is a unit of measure used by the District to determine placement/advancement on the salary table. A salary point is equivalent to one semester unit or 1.5 quarter units. As determined by the University of California, a semester unit requires a minimum of 15 contact hours with an instructor and 30 hours of outside preparation.
$584 annually. Degree must have been awarded by a regionally accredited university.
$1,168 annually. An employee with a master's degree and a doctor's or equivalent degree shall receive the doctor's differential only. Degree must have been awarded by a regionally accredited university.
For eligible employees and their eligible dependents, the District pays the entire cost of your medical, dental, vision and life insurance premiums. You may choose among the several plan options offered.
Other benefits include:
- Employee Assistance Program (800-285-7717)
- Life Insurance: Basic ($20,000), Optional, and AD&D Coverage
- Tax Shelter Annuities (TSA's) 403 (b) Plans
- Retirement Program: As a full-time certified employee, you automatically become a member of the California State Teachers Retirement System (STRS) State Mandated benefits (unemployment insurance, worker's compensation)
For further information on benefits, visit the Benefits Administration webpage.