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2010-11 Polk County Education Staff Salaries

Research and Evaluation

$77,315 average salary, 15th of 24 districts (Top 62.50%),
number of employees: 2
18th most expensive county to live, 33rd lowest poverty rate, students perform 59th during 2010-11 school year

Salary Changes


YearState AveragePolk County
FPLI AppliedAverage Salary
2011$79,146 $78,508.33$77,315
2010$83,692 $78,111.74$77,315
2009$82,886 $68,589.78$67,266
2008$87,878 $71,357.72$69,638
2007$87,784 $71,423.59$69,638
2006$83,990 $69,705.88$68,019
2005$77,053 $65,629.36$64,028
2004$74,250 $59,208.90$58,528


Research and Evaluation Salaries vs. Student Scores (County-by-County)

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Polk County Education Staff Salaries (2010-11)

Research and Evaluation

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Rank County Number of Employees Avg. Salary Avg. Salary (FPLI Applied) Top %
1st 1 $101,620 $103,021 4.17
2nd 3 $101,360 $101,880 8.33
3rd 12 $100,176 $98,666 12.50
4th 3 $99,310 $96,926 16.67
5th 3 $96,708 $95,769 20.83
6th 1 $96,688 $95,712 25.00
7th 3 $92,450 $94,830 29.17
8th 1 $89,567 $90,417 33.33
9th 2 $82,792 $87,713 37.50
10th 6 $90,282 $87,187 41.67
11th 5 $89,158 $86,890 45.83
12th 2 $79,527 $84,513 50.00
13th 5 $81,951 $80,700 54.17
14th 4 $78,637 $78,953 58.33
15th 2 $77,315 $78,112 62.50
16th 1 $69,773 $76,640 66.67
17th 15 $75,474 $74,344 70.83
18th 1 $70,609 $73,452 75.00
19th 2 $68,325 $70,199 79.17
20th 4 $68,256 $69,057 83.33
21st 1 $64,497 $67,444 87.50
22nd 2 $65,652 $65,889 91.67
23rd 1 $60,431 $63,352 95.83
24th 1 $33,834 $34,823 100.00

* 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 2010
* Student Performance Ranking is based on 2010-11 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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