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Statute: 18A:29-5.6

7. a. The actual salary paid to each teacher under each district's or educational services commission's 1984-85 approved salary guide shall be considered a base salary for purposes of this act. b. In addition to all other funds to which the local district or educational services commission is entitled under the provisions of P.L.2007, c.260 (C.18A:7F-43 et al.) and other pertinent statutes, each board of education or board of directors of an educational services commission shall receive from the State during the 1985-86 academic year and for two years thereafter an amount equal to the sum of the amounts by which the actual salary prescribed for each current full-time teaching staff member under the salary schedule adopted by the local board of education or board of directors for the 1984-85 academic year in the manner prescribed by law is less than $18,500.00, provided that the teaching staff member has been certified by the local board of education or board of directors as performing his duties in an acceptable manner for the 1984-85 school year pursuant to N.J.A.C.6:3-1.19 and 6:3-1.21. Each local board of education or board of directors shall receive from the State on behalf of the newly employed full-time teaching staff members for the 1985-86 academic year and for two years thereafter an amount equal to the sum of the amounts by which the actual salary prescribed for each newly employed full-time teaching staff member under the salary schedule adopted by the local board of education or board of directors for the 1984-85 academic year is less than $18,500.00. All adjustments for teachers who are hired or who leave employment during the school year and who make less than $18,500.00 shall be made in the school year following the year in which they were hired or left employment. c. For the 1988-89 academic year and thereafter, this act shall be funded in accordance with the recommendations of the State and Local Expenditure and Revenue Policy Commission created pursuant to P.L.1984, c.213. If the commission's recommendations for funding this program are not enacted into law, this act shall be funded in accordance with subsection d. of this section and sections 9 and 10 of P.L.1985, c.321 (C.18A:29-5.8 and C.18A:29-5.9). d. For the purpose of funding this act in the 1988-89 academic year as determined pursuant to this section, each teacher's salary based on the 1984-85 salary guide shall be increased by the product of the base salary multiplied by 21%. e. In each subsequent year the product of the base salary times 7% shall be cumulatively added to each teacher's salary as calculated in subsection d. of this section in determining the aid payable. In any year subsequent to the 1987-88 academic year in which the base salary plus the cumulative increases under this section exceed $18,500.00, aid will no longer be payable. L.1985, c.321, s.7; amended 1986, c.9, s.3; 1990, c.52, s.48; 1996, c.138, s.62; 2007, c.260, s.56.

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