2022 Delaware Code
Title 14 - Education
§ 2404. Salary.

Universal Citation: 14 DE Code § 2404 (2022)
§ 2404. Salary.

Salary for employees in the Prison Education Program when paid from funds of this State shall be in accordance with regularly adopted salary schedules set forth in Chapter 13 of this title. The salary so computed shall be divided by 0.7 for 10 months employment. If employed on an 11 or 12 month basis, the 10 month amount shall be multiplied by 1.1 or 1.2 respectively. In addition to the above calculation, teachers and administrators qualifying for professional development clusters in accordance with § 1305 (k) of this title shall receive an additional amount equal to the approved cluster percentage multiplied by the base salary amount defined in § 1305(b) of this title. This calculation shall not be increased for 11 or 12 month employment. The percentage shall only be applied to the base 10 month salary for 10, 11, 12 month employees. In accordance with § 1305 (o) of this title the cluster percentage is capped at 15 percent.

Employees whose primary job location is onsite within the institution shall also receive hazardous duty supplements as provided in the Merit System as defined in Chapter 59 of Title 29. Teachers/supervisors shall receive an administrative supplement of 4 to 8 percent to be determined by the Department of Education with the approval of the Co-Chairs of the Joint Finance Committee.

Students served under this program shall not be included in the calculation for unit count purposes as defined in Chapter 17 of this title. The Director of the Office of Management and Budget and Controller General may transfer funds between lines and departments to pay for this program.

In the event the Director of the Office of Management and Budget proposes or implements a position attrition or complement reduction initiative, the Director shall clearly indicate to the Co-Chairs of the Joint Finance Committee when positions outlined in the joint agency Prison Education Program are included in said initiative(s).

79 Del. Laws, c. 251, § 1;  81 Del. Laws, c. 280, § 365; 
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