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Collecting teacher salaries

August 20, 2007 pm31 7:05 pm

Last year I set out to collect teacher pay scales from New York City and surrounding districts. This is what I found:

Help collect more teacher pay scales so everyone can read them. If you have a link, send it in.

New York CityDarien, CTDanbury, CTEnglewood Cliffs, NJGlen Rock, NJLas Vegas, NVNorwalk, CTRidgewood, NJSandy, UTStamford, CTTeaneck, NJWestport, CT

[Update: Ruth provided the Trenton, NJ link two months ago, but I just now noticed it and put it up.]

That’s what I found, or got sent to me. The focus was on this (greater NY) area, but when correspondents sent in Sandy, Utah and Las Vegas, why not use them?

So here’s the deal. To the extent possible, I will be updating these 2006-07 scales to 2007-08 over the next few weeks. That’s part 1. Part 2 is expanding the number of districts. I will google around, and see pops up. But if you can send me links or actual pay schedules, that would really help. Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana are all good, but Long Island and Westchester, Connecticut and New Jersey, they would be fantastic.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. jkl robinson permalink
    April 20, 2008 am30 6:09 am 6:09 am

    Go to to find the salary guide for seminole county, fl teachers. We continue to fight for better wages. I will probably not live to see equity in pay like our brothers and sisters up north.

    Look under employees only, then union contracts, then SEA

    What a joke. I moved here in ’99 and gave up a lot in salary and have not been able to catch up. Even our neighboring state of GA makes a much greater salary.

  2. April 20, 2008 am30 6:24 am 6:24 am

    Of course the NY area scales are higher since the cost of living is higher.

    But how dramatically is your county behind neighboring counties?

  3. Anonymous permalink
    May 29, 2009 pm31 9:44 pm 9:44 pm

    some useful links for New Jersey salaries:

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