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Yonkers Public Schools average salary is $53,766, median salary is $49,231 with a salary range from $47,600 to $69,000.
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Regular Substitute Teacher 47,600-47,600 Yonkers, NY, 10701 2010 Yonkers Public Schools Regular Substitute Teacher Salaries (2)
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Science Teacher 50,861-69,000 Yonkers, NY, 10701 2010 Yonkers Public Schools Science Teacher Salaries (2)
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  • Yonkers Public Schools
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Yonkers, NY
  • Yonkers Public Schools NYGEAR UP program provides 8th grade students with a variety of support services to assist in their transition from middle school to high school and ultimately to post-secondary education. Yonkers' goal is to increase students' "Access, Aspirations, Achievement and Attendance in College." This is part of a multi-year award and will provide students with academic support services, school-to-career counseling, college enrichment programs, tutoring, post-secondary school preparation, and college visits.