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

      Summer salary supplements
  Average academic year base teaching salary of regular full-time teachers   Summer School   Non-teaching job in a school   Nonschool job
State   Percent Average amount   Percent Average amount   Percent Average amount
United States  $44,400   15.9 $2,400   5.5 $2,300   15.1 $4,300
                     
Alabama  37,400   8.3 1,700   5.7 2,500   14.4 3,400
Alaska  49,100   14.6 3,900   4.6 2,900   20.7 6,800
Arizona  37,100   17.9 1,800   7.3 1,900   21.7 4,100
Arkansas  35,300   8.8 1,500   3.9 3,900   14.6 4,000
California  54,600   22.8 3,200   3.2 2,400   8.3 5,300
                     
Colorado  42,300   10.1 2,200   5.7 2,300   17.1 3,200
Connecticut  56,900   15.6 2,100   8.1 2,700   18.0 3,600
Delaware  48,200   21.9 2,300   3.8 3,500 ! 14.2 5,500
District of Columbia  52,100   20.7 3,400   4.9 2,900   10.7 7,400
Florida  38,800   14.4 2,500   5.3 2,800   13.3 5,500
                     
Georgia  43,200   14.1 2,600   3.0 2,800   10.6 4,300
Hawaii  41,600   14.9 2,300   4.8 2,800   12.7 5,800
Idaho  38,300   13.4 1,900   7.1 2,400   19.3 4,100
Illinois  47,000   15.1 2,300   7.9 1,900   15.1 3,300
Indiana  43,700   17.3 2,700   7.0 1,700   15.7 4,100
                     
Iowa  36,600   11.4 2,100   5.6 2,200   23.2 3,500
Kansas  36,000   13.0 2,200   8.6 2,100   23.2 3,100
Kentucky  38,700   11.8 2,200   3.9 2,900   12.3 5,100
Louisiana  34,600   16.4 2,400   4.3 2,100   12.8 3,300
Maine  38,600   11.5 1,300   6.9 1,600   22.4 3,700
                     
Maryland  48,800   14.4 2,300   11.2 2,300   18.6 3,700
Massachusetts  49,900   15.2 2,100   6.2 2,100   19.8 3,500
Michigan  53,400   14.7 2,500   2.7 4,500   15.7 5,800
Minnesota  44,600   17.9 2,100   6.3 1,700   20.2 4,200
Mississippi  34,400   12.7 1,700   3.2 3,100   12.7 5,100
                     
Missouri  36,300   30.0 2,500   3.4 2,300   15.1 3,600
Montana  34,300   12.3 1,900   7.6 2,300   25.9 3,000
Nebraska  34,200   13.7 1,700   5.6 2,200   26.5 4,000
Nevada  41,400   11.2 1,900   6.2 1,300   18.2 3,900
New Hampshire  41,500   13.4 1,400   11.1 1,800   26.9 3,800
                     
New Jersey  54,400   13.6 2,000   9.4 2,200   19.4 8,000
New Mexico  36,700   14.2 2,000   6.6 1,700   12.0 5,200
New York  54,800   17.6 3,700   6.4 2,400   14.1 2,200
North Carolina  36,400   13.7 1,800   5.8 2,600   17.5 5,000
North Dakota  33,100   18.7 2,200   8.4 2,700   26.4 4,300
                     
Ohio  46,200   12.3 1,600   4.7 3,000   14.8 4,600
Oklahoma  32,200   10.4 1,700   6.9 2,500   18.7 3,700
Oregon  44,500   9.6 1,700   5.1 1,900   16.0 3,300
Pennsylvania  49,900   12.6 2,200   5.8 2,300   15.3 4,900
Rhode Island  52,500   16.9 2,500   4.0 1,300   15.5 2,400
                     
South Carolina  39,500   12.2 1,800   6.0 2,100   13.5 4,800
South Dakota  31,500   14.6 2,000   7.3 1,800   31.3 3,700
Tennessee  37,700   10.0 3,400   3.7 2,200   13.8 5,300
Texas  39,500   17.4 2,200   4.4 2,400   12.5 4,200
Utah  37,800   16.4 2,300   6.6 2,000   17.4 3,400
                     
Vermont  41,900   11.0 1,200   8.8 1,600   21.9 3,500
Virginia  40,100   20.4 2,200   5.4 1,300   14.9 4,700
Washington  44,700   12.6 2,000   5.9 2,200   15.7 3,400
West Virginia  37,700   13.1 1,900   4.2 2,300   13.2 4,400
Wisconsin  41,800   26.7 1,800   5.9 2,100   16.9 3,100
Wyoming  36,900   17.1 1,900   7.4 3,600   23.3 5,600
! 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, Public School Teacher Data File, 2003–04.

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