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Session Laws, 1964
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Such supervising teachers or supervisors of pupil personnel I
be employed on a twelve-month basis.


[Minimum] Prescribed Salary



















Years of Teaching and
Supervising Service







11th [and thereafter
12th and thereafter

Personnel subject to the provisions of this subsection holding a
provisional certificate shall receive salaries $200 less per year than
personnel holding a regular certificate.

[(j) The State of Maryland shall, subject to the provisions of
this section, pay out of the general State school fund to the treas-
urer of the county board of education and the mayor and city coun-
cil of the City of Baltimore, two-thirds of the annual salaries of
supervising teachers, supervisors of pupil personnel I, supervisors
of pupil personnel II, and visiting teachers as required by this


For the encouragement of secondary education in Maryland, the
State shall extend aid to high schools in such amounts and in such
manner as hereinafter designated and described. All high schools
of the counties of the State of Maryland shall be in session not less
than one hundred eighty (180) actual school days in each year.

No promotion of pupils from grade to grade in any high school
shall be made without the approval of the county superintendent
of schools; nor shall any pupils be graduated from a high school
without the approval of the State Superintendent of Schools. Regu-
lations regarding the size and arrangement of the building, and its
fitness for high school work, the amount and character of equipment
and supplies, and the necessary library and laboratories, shall be
made by the State Board of Education; and State aid shall not be
allowed on account of the employment of any teacher unless the
department to which such teacher is assigned is adequately equipped
and the quality of instruction is satisfactory.

No person shall be employed in any high school as principal or
assistant teacher who does not hold the appropriate certificate as
provided for in Chapter 8, Section 99, of this article.

Junior high schools, junior-senior high schools and senior high
schools or any other combination of grades when organized accord-
ing to regulations of the State Board of Education, and satisfac-
torily administered, shall receive State aid [in accordance with
number and average daily attendance of pupils enrolled, teachers
employed, and number of years and quality of instructions given]
in accordance with the provisions of Sections 220 and 221 of this


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