Teacher Salary Reports for 2007-08
You can now find information on 2007-08 teacher salaries and benefit packages for most of the districts in the state on the Ed-Data website. Click on District Reports and select your district. You'll find data on the low and high points for that district's salary schedule, district contributions to teacher benefit plans, percent change in salary over the prior year, and information on teacher credentials and experience.
Using Ed-Data's Compare Districts tool, you can see which districts have the highest--or the lowest-salaries in the state.
Please note that salary and benefit information comes from a report (J-90) that districts are not required to file with the state. About 15% (covering about 2% of the state's ADA) do not file and therefore will have no data in the Teacher Salary, Teacher Benefit, or Supplemental Salary tables.
The next addition to Ed-Data will be bond and parcel tax election results from the November 2008 election. This spring, the California Department of Education will release 2007-08 district financial reports, which will be posted on Ed-Data as soon as possible.
The Ed-Data Partnership
The Education Data Partnership has created the Ed-Data website to offer educators, policymakers, the Legislature, parents, and the public quick access to timely and comprehensive data about K-12 education in California. The Ed-Data Partnership is a unique collaboration of the Alameda County Office of Education, the California Department of Education, EdSource, and the Fiscal Crisis & Management Assistance Team.
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