Table 24.  Average base salary and earnings from salary supplements during the summer of 2003 for regular full-time private school teachers, by affiliation stratum: 2003–04

Affiliation stratum  Average academic year base teaching salary of regular full-time teachers   Summer salary supplements
Summer School   Non-teaching job in a school   Nonschool job
Percent   Average amount Percent   Average amount Percent   Average amount
All private schools  $31,700   13.5   $2,900   7.7   $3,200   17.0   $3,600
                           
Catholic- Parochial  30,200   7.3   1,600   4.5   3,500   15.7   3,000
Catholic- Diocesan  31,600   9.4   1,800   5.8   2,400   17.6   3,500
Catholic- Private  37,300   17.2   2,700   8.1   2,900   16.0   3,600
Amish  11,200   1.9 ! 1,400   5.0 ! 1,400   43.6   2,100
Assembly of God  23,300   6.5   3,000   9.8   4,300 ! 23.1   3,700
Baptist  20,100   9.5   2,300   9.2   2,800   23.9   2,900
Episcopal  38,100   21.3   2,400   10.2   2,800   17.8   3,100
Jewish  35,800   3.9 ! 1,700   5.5   12,000 ! 12.4   4,900
Lutheran Church- Missouri Synod  29,600   4.3 ! 1,300   3.7 ! 3,600 ! 15.1   1,900
Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod  31,500   3.2 ! 1,300 ! 3.7   2,400   11.5   2,800
Mennonite  19,900   15.4 ! 3,700   8.2 ! 2,000 ! 40.2 ! 2,500
Pentecostal  18,500   10.4   2,500   7.2 ! 3,000   18.1   2,600
Seventh-Day Adventist  36,700   3.9 ! 2,100   5.5 ! 1,700 ! 12.0   2,600
Other Religious  25,800   10.3   2,700   9.9   2,600   17.7   5,500
Nonsectarian- Regular  38,300   18.1   2,900   8.8   2,900   15.6   3,000
Nonsectarian- Special Emphasis  34,400   28.4   3,400   12.1   4,200   14.0   3,400
Nonsectarian- Special Education  34,100   40.3   4,800   7.6   3,500   19.8   4,100
! Interpret data with caution. The standard error for this estimate is equal to 50 percent or more of the estimate's value.
NOTE: A regular full-time teacher is any teacher whose primary position in a school is not an itinerant teacher, a long-term substitute, a short-term substitute, a student teacher, a teacher aide, an administrator, a library media specialist or librarian, another type of professional staff (e.g., counselor, curriculum coordinator, social worker) or support staff (e.g., secretary), or a part-time teacher.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Schools and Staffing Survey, Private School Teacher Data File, 2003–04.