Florida Education Staff Salary  
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2011-12

Polk County Education Staff Salaries

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21st most expensive county to live, 38th lowest poverty rate,
students perform 54th during 2011-12 school year

Key Groups

Top District-Level Administrative Personnel
(Top 20.59%) of 68 districts
Avg. Salary: $68,973
# of employees: 10
Superintendent
(Top 17.65%) of 68 districts
Avg. Salary: $180,000
# of employee: 1
Deputy/Associate/Assistant Area Superintendent
(Top 21.62%) of 37 districts
Avg. Salary: $119,533
# of employees: 2
School Board Member
(Top 2.94%) of 68 districts
Avg. Salary: $38,667
# of employees: 7
Selected Instructional Personnel
(Top 79.41%) of 68 districts
Avg. Salary: $43,338
# of employees: 7682
Teacher
(Top 80.88%) of 68 districts
Avg. Salary: $42,944
# of employees: 7319
School Psychologist
(Top 43.64%) of 55 districts
Avg. Salary: $58,731
# of employees: 54
Librarian/Media Specialist
(Top 55.22%) of 67 districts
Avg. Salary: $49,815
# of employees: 98
Guidance
(Top 46.27%) of 67 districts
Avg. Salary: $50,081
# of employees: 211


Staff Salaries vs. Student Scores (County-by-County)

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Polk County Education Staff Salaries

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Rank Position Top % Number of Employees Avg. Salary
22nd
(of 68)
32.35 35 77,067
14th
(of 68)
20.59 10 68,973
12th
(of 68)
17.65 1 180,000
8th
(of 37)
21.62 2 119,533
2nd
(of 68)
2.94 7 38,667
30th
(of 68)
44.12 25 80,305
33rd
(of 66)
50.00 6 86,155
18th
(of 26)
69.23 2 77,315
15th
(of 31)
48.39 1 84,100
5th
(of 48)
10.42 1 96,483
46th
(of 48)
95.83 5 69,226
26th
(of 36)
72.22 1 84,081
4th
(of 51)
7.84 3 94,710
18th
(of 54)
33.33 1 86,402
56th
(of 57)
98.25 3 62,193
16th
(of 39)
41.03 1 84,081
12th
(of 18)
66.67 1 84,081
27th
(of 68)
39.71 305 73,810
30th
(of 66)
45.45 23 89,241
35th
(of 60)
58.33 28 84,088
33rd 49.25 73 81,818
20th
(of 47)
42.55 8 81,436
17th
(of 63)
26.98 39 73,225
25th
(of 61)
40.98 47 67,168
39th
(of 64)
60.94 77 61,800
14th
(of 28)
50.00 5 63,592
29th
(of 36)
80.56 5 78,342
54th
(of 68)
79.41 7,682 43,338
31st 46.27 211 50,081
37th 55.22 98 49,815
24th
(of 55)
43.64 54 58,731
55th
(of 68)
80.88 7,319 42,944
60th
(of 68)
88.24 4,476 18,601
22nd
(of 43)
51.16 142 28,992
30th
(of 43)
69.77 17 59,824
6th
(of 30)
20.00 2 60,212
35th
(of 36)
97.22 6 30,699
64th
(of 68)
94.12 541 25,075
23rd
(of 64)
35.94 102 27,940
15th 22.39 9 31,768
18th
(of 45)
40.00 23 41,131
25th
(of 50)
50.00 28 41,033
16th
(of 68)
23.53 60 40,983
18th
(of 44)
40.91 38 40,436
27th
(of 68)
39.71 1,346 18,092
56th
(of 68)
82.35 532 13,198
68th
(of 68)
100.00 1,002 11,352
61st
(of 66)
92.42 628 19,561

* Salary Ranking is based on Florida Price List Index (FPLI) applied average salary.
* Most Expensive County Ranking is based on FPLI.
* Poverty rate shows 5 to 17-year-old group in 2011
* Student Performance Ranking is based on 2011-12 District Ranking report from Florida Department of Education
* The Florida Price Level Index (FPLI), established by the Legislature as the basis for the District Cost Differential (DCD) in the Florida Education Finance Program, is used to represent the costs of hiring equally qualified personnel across school districts. For more information, please visit Bureau of Economic and Business Research at University of Florida.

Source: Florida Department of Education & U.S. Census Bureau
 
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