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Chapter 8:
Overview
Secondary Education
Higher Education
Workforce
Financial Research and Development Inputs
R&D Outputs
Science and Technology in the Economy

 

 

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Table 8-3.
Public school teacher salaries, by state: 2000
State Average Salary
National average 39,893
  Alabama 34,818
  Alaska 45,665
  Arizona 33,924
  Arkansas 31,300
  California 45,111
  Colorado 37,012
  Connecticut 50,170
  Delaware 42,732
  District of Columbia 46,634
  Florida 35,819
  Georgia 38,504
  Hawaii 38,217
  Idaho 34,416
  Illinois 42,152
  Indiana 40,809
  Iowa 31,953
  Kansas 32,126
  Kentucky 34,478
  Louisiana 29,811
  Maine 36,004
  Maryland 42,111
  Massachusetts 45,079
  Michigan 47,615
  Minnesota 40,372
  Mississippi 30,592
  Missouri 32,872
  Montana 30,271
  Nebraska 29,114
  Nevada 38,514
  New Hampshire 37,563
  New Jersey 51,036
  New Mexico 32,055
  New York 51,160
  North Carolina 33,375
  North Dakota 27,345
  Ohio 39,348
  Oklahoma 29,017
  Oregon 40,302
  Pennsylvania 46,917
  Rhode Island 46,504
  South Carolina 34,273
  South Dakota 27,488
  Tennessee 33,312
  Texas 36,379
  Utah 34,008
  Vermont 35,480
  Virginia 36,888
  Washington 40,200
  West Virginia 34,260
  Wisconsin 39,969
  Wyoming 31,501
Puerto Rico NA
NA not available

NOTE: Public school teach salaries are the average of the base salaries of full-time public school teachers.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Schools and Staffing Survey. 1999–2000.


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