Teacher I 18, 549 (Step 1) to 19, 887 (Step 8)
Salary Grade 11

Teacher II 19, 940 (Step 1) to 21,379 (Step 8)
Salary Grade 12

Teacher III 21,436 (Step 1) to 22,982 (Step 8)
Salary Grade 13

Master Teacher I 31,351 (Step 1) to 33,846 (Step 8)
Salary Grade 18

Master Teacher II 33,859 (Step 1) to 36,554 (Step 8)
Salary Grade 19

Master Teacher III 36,567 (Step 1) to 39, 378 (Step 8)
Salary Grade 20

Master Teacher IV 39,493 (Step 1) to 42,636 (Step 8)
Salary Grade 21

Head Teacher I 23,044 (Step 1) to 24,708 (Step 8)
Salary Grade 14

Head Teacher II 24,887(Step 1) to 26, 868 (Step 8)
Salary Grade 15

Head Teacher III 26,878(Step 1) to 29, 017(Step 8)
Salary Grade 16

Principal I 33,859 (Step 1) to 36,554 (Step 8)
Salary Grade 19

Principal II 36,567 (Step 1) to 39, 378 (Step 8)
Salary Grade 20

District Supervisor 42,652 (Step 1) to 46,067 (Step 8)
Salary Grade 22

Education Supervisor I 49,750 (Step 1) to 53,709 (Step 8)
Salary Grade 24

Public School Health Nurse I 23,044 (Step 1) to 24,708 (Step 8)
Salary Grade 14

Public School Dentist I 26,878(Step 1) to 29, 017(Step 8)
Salary Grade 16

Administrative Aide I 9,000 (Step 1) to 9,649 (Step 8)
Salary Grade 1

Schools Division Superintendent 78,946 (Step 1) to 85,230 (Step 8)
Salary Grade 30
Source: ACT Phils and http://diclumelementaryschool.blogspot.com/2012_02_01_archive.html



  1. gerald rojas Says:

    its very good…

  2. jolito Says:

    there is great difference between between P1 and EPS. Congrats!

  3. Jane Marnie M. Ramilla Says:

    Good but non-teaching positions are not given attention or upgraded.

  4. nnaoj23 Says:

    wow! A schools division superintendent will be paid that high? I will be working hard to hit that goal! Help me God.

  5. e Says:

    This just widens the (salary) gap. Poor DepED CPA/accountants! Yu are not part of those that were benefitted in this increase. Your pay is a mere crumbs on what they (teaching personnel) will be receiving. They are just multiplying your workloads and not your pay grade. You are now DepEds mrtyrs, no longer the teachers.

  6. aurora macasarte Says:

    level up your increase we too wants to eat big fish

  7. utoyzkie Says:

    The teachers should be the first class workers at DEPED and so they are the ones to enjoy high increases in salary

  8. Christopher A. Dames Says:

    Salary Standardized Law are for all government employee…

  9. carlo Says:

    Is it true that teacher I gets the same salary as janitor in DOLE and security guard in GSIS?

  10. jenny Says:

    this is good but the difference between TIII and Mt1 is so great where in fact they have the same nature of works.

  11. Norberto Torregoza Puda Says:

    yes that’s right!!! some teachers rather choose janitorial work instead of teaching as a profession. teaching here in the Philippines is miserable. 😦 But still, teachers are hoping for the best.

  12. hoho Says:

    It’s true that the GSIS/SSS security guards get higher salary than a Teacher I or and Instructor 1. Where is the fairness in that?

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  14. abrir cuenta Facebook Says:

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  15. May Ann Says:

    at least this time, people will not underestimate the teachers. kasi before they ahhh teacher lang yan. This, a teacher has very dignity. Thanks to the President for approving to augment the salary of teachers.

  16. dleifrag Says:

    Teachers should be given high regards especially in terms of salary because without them we cannot produce professional doctors, nurses, engineers, accountants, and different professionals. Teachers aim high also.

  17. dleifrag Says:

    Its not good to hear that T1 is only the same salary with the security guard, I hope pnoy will increase the salary of the teachers especially those teachers who are really teaching in the classroom!

  18. JR Abadiano Says:

    Nurse II na po ang Deped Nurses, or Salary Grade 15 which is equivalent to 24,887 plus Pera+ACA making it 26,887
    yan po yung Gross, never mind po yung Net pay or take home pay kasi ang laki ng mga mandatory deductions specially pag single ka… hahaha

  19. Rhenz Says:

    i just hope to increase the step increment of the teachers…imagine 300 pesos only for 3 years in service…its just like 100 pesos increase a year for TEACHERS………..poor teachers……knowing that teachers are buying manila paper,cartolina,pentel,printer,ink,computer for VISUAL aid purposes……..HOPE…the deped will give some concerns regarding this matter

  20. Rhenz Says:

    thanks for the info…great help for the teachers..

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  23. asawa-ng-guro Says:

    dapat salary grade ang itaas para sa teachers, let’s say for T1 – SG15, kc ang mga teacher, wala overtime pay, unlike other govt employee, ex. ang T1 ngaun e SG-11, compare sa govt employee who works in the office for ex. w/ a position like Admin Asst VI w/c SG-12, plus may overtime pay pa, see the difference? Qualification ng T1 pasado sa board exam, Admin Asst VI – CSC Subprofessional, see the difference? Sa trabaho, maghapon turo si T1 sa school, tapos gawa lesson plan sa bahay, wala overtime pay, si admin asst VI, pag lagpas ng 5pm nasa office pa, kahit wala gaano ginagawa may overtime pa, uwi sa bahay pahinga na, DEPED, DO YOU SEE THE DIFFERENCE?

  24. dr nena a culla Says:

    Dr.nena a culla.hope d base pay compensation be given soon.it will be a big help to us.I will pray for that.thank you po at Magandang Buhay sa ating lahat.God bless

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