Wyoming leads growth in teacher pay

(Wyoming) – National Center for Education Statistics published the results of a survey that shows Wyoming leads the nation in pay growth from the 1999/2000 school year to 2012/2013.

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Top and bottom 5 ranked by growth from 1999/2000 – 2012/2013 estimated average annual salary. Source: National Center for Education Statistics

While the growth trend has been strong, Wyoming currently ranks 16th of 50 states in estimated average annual salary of teachers in public elementary and secondary schools.

Click here for the full results of the survey.

2 Comments

  1. Carl M. Niswonger

    It should be stated that when the wages paid are below standard that it wouldn't take much of an increase to completely mislead the statistics. The statement in paragraph II speaks to this. 16th out of 50 sure says how well our teachers are paid. I am amazed the school districts are able to maintain ample cadre to fill the jobs.

  2. Carl M. Niswonger

    10 percent could be one hell of a raise, but not if you are only making one dollar.

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