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PDFWAC 392-121-270

Placement of certificated instructional employees on LEAP salary allocation documents.

Each certificated instructional employee shall be placed on LEAP salary allocation documents with the highest placement based on the employee's highest degree level, total eligible credits, and certificated years of experience each defined in this chapter: Provided, That
(1) If an employee holds more than one degree of the same level, additional credits shall be counted after the first degree.
(2) An employee whose highest degree is a bachelor's degree, whose total eligible credits are ninety or greater, and whose total eligible credits earned prior to January 1, 1992, were less than one hundred thirty-five shall be placed on the BA + 90 column.
(3) An employee whose highest degree level is nondegreed shall be placed on the BA columns except that such persons holding valid vocational/career and technical education certificates with one hundred thirty-five or more eligible credits shall be placed on the MA + 0 column.
(4) A vocational/career and technical education instructor who obtains a bachelor's degree while employed in the state of Washington as a nondegreed vocational/career and technical education instructor and for whom one hundred thirty-five or more eligible credits determined pursuant to WAC 392-121-259 were reported on Report S-275 prior to the awarding of that bachelor's degree shall continue to be placed on the MA + 0 column and shall not advance to any other column unless a master's degree is obtained.
(5) For placement on LEAP salary allocation documents, total eligible credits and certificated years of experience shall be rounded to the nearest whole number. One-half credit or year shall be rounded to the next highest credit or year.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.150.290(1). WSR 08-08-033, § 392-121-270, filed 3/25/08, effective 4/25/08; WSR 06-19-045, § 392-121-270, filed 9/15/06, effective 10/16/06. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.150.290(1) and section 503 (1)(b) of the 2002 supplemental budget. WSR 02-22-065, § 392-121-270, filed 11/1/02, effective 12/2/02. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.150.290. WSR 95-21-096 (Order 95-09), § 392-121-270, filed 10/18/95, effective 11/18/95. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.150.290, 28A.150.400 and the Biennial Operating Appropriations Act. WSR 94-01-190, § 392-121-270, filed 12/22/93, effective 1/22/94. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.150.290. WSR 92-23-044 (Order 92-15), § 392-121-270, filed 11/16/92, effective 12/17/92. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.150.290 and 1990 1st ex.s. c 16 § 502. WSR 91-02-097 (Order 51), § 392-121-270, filed 1/2/91, effective 2/2/91. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.41.055 and 28A.41.170. WSR 90-13-088 (Order 15), § 392-121-270, filed 6/20/90, effective 7/21/90; WSR 88-03-013 (Order 88-8), § 392-121-270, filed 1/11/88.]
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