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    Document Summary
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    Report Document No. 20
    PUBLICATION YEAR 2011
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    Document Title
    2010-2011 Teacher Salary Survey Results

    Author
    Department of Education

    Enabling Authority
    Appropriation Act - Item 132 B.12. (Regular Session, 2010)

    Executive Summary
    Item 132, paragraph B. 12., of the 2010 Appropriation Act directs the Superintendent of Public Instruction to provide a report on the status of teacher salaries, by local school division, to the Governor and the Chairmen of the Senate Finance and House Appropriations Committees. Beginning in 2008-2009, the report also includes information on starting salaries by school division and average teacher salaries by school.

    Department of Education staff prepared the report based on Annual School Report (ASR) expenditure data submitted by each school division and regional program. Statewide and school division salary averages were computed for fiscal years 2010 and 2011. The report shows salary information from fiscal years 2009, 2010, and 2011 for comparative purposes. Year-to-year percentage change in salary averages is shown for statewide and division data.

    According to these calculations, average salaries are expected to increase for classroom teachers and assistant principals but decrease for principals from fiscal year 2010 to fiscal year 2011.

    The average budgeted classroom teacher salary for fiscal year 2011 is $51,903; this is a 0.02 percent increase from fiscal year 2010.

    The average budgeted principal salary for fiscal year 2011 is $91,316; this is a 0.34 percent decrease from fiscal year 2010.

    The average budgeted assistant principal salary for fiscal year 2011 is $76,197; this is a 0.76 percent increase from fiscal year 2010.