That depends on what school the coach is at. Most schools, no. Some schools, however, will pay assistant coaches.
Good basketball players, of course.
2 to 1
For every team there is a coach
Coaches, players, and referees.
high school coaches earn different salaries depending on experience and years coaching
The average is two one assistant coach and a real coach. Usually
Part time coaches earn less, full time coaches earn more (often the same as a teacher)
The requirements on a high school basketball team vary by each school, but usually consist of good grades and good attendance. Skill is also something the coaches value.
Yes, the assistant can call a timeout, players on the court can also call timeouts.
It just depends on where you live. High school coaches are not typically paid as full time employees. They are not typically paid a salary. High school coaches, even in large schools are typically paid by contract and only for the season. The typical pay range of a high school coach for a class B school in Michigan is $2000 to $4000 a season.
It depends on the college. and what other responsibility's they have at the institution. Most DIII assistant coaches in Minnesota make between $30K and at the high end $50K
Most high school coaches are members of the regular teaching staff. To teach at the high school level in the United States, individuals must earn at least a four-year university degree from an accredited institution. Some assistant coaches may only require a two-year degree or, with special permission from school officials, no college degree at all.