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Determining teachers' pay on appointment
- 1 No requirement to match or increase pay
- 2 Ensure pay policy sets out approach to portability
- 3 Setting pay for newly appointed teachers
- 4 Requesting appraisal information from previous schools
- 5 Setting pay for returning teachers
- 6 Appointing a new teacher on the UPR
- 7 Evaluating previous experience
- 8 Pay on appointment: examples of school pay policies
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