Florida Education Staff Salary  
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2011-12

St. Lucie County Education Staff Salaries

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23rd most expensive county to live, 40th lowest poverty rate,
students perform 51st during 2011-12 school year

Key Groups

Top District-Level Administrative Personnel
(Top 4.41%) of 68 districts
Avg. Salary: $83,425
# of employees: 12
Superintendent
(Top 14.71%) of 68 districts
Avg. Salary: $180,453
# of employee: 1
Deputy/Associate/Assistant Area Superintendent
(Top 51.35%) of 37 districts
Avg. Salary: $107,247
# of employees: 6
School Board Member
(Top 23.53%) of 68 districts
Avg. Salary: $35,435
# of employees: 5
Selected Instructional Personnel
(Top 75.00%) of 68 districts
Avg. Salary: $43,418
# of employees: 2872
Teacher
(Top 76.47%) of 68 districts
Avg. Salary: $42,975
# of employees: 2701
School Psychologist
(Top 60.00%) of 55 districts
Avg. Salary: $54,546
# of employees: 18
Librarian/Media Specialist
(Top 50.75%) of 67 districts
Avg. Salary: $50,006
# of employees: 36
Guidance
(Top 47.76%) of 67 districts
Avg. Salary: $49,908
# of employees: 117


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

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St. Lucie County Education Staff Salaries

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Rank Position Top % Number of Employees Avg. Salary
4th
(of 68)
5.88 27 88,183
3rd
(of 68)
4.41 12 83,425
10th
(of 68)
14.71 1 180,453
19th
(of 37)
51.35 6 107,247
16th
(of 68)
23.53 5 35,435
8th
(of 68)
11.76 15 91,990
13th
(of 66)
19.70 2 99,614
6th
(of 26)
23.08 1 92,337
6th
(of 31)
19.35 2 99,614
36th
(of 48)
75.00 1 67,905
16th
(of 48)
33.33 1 92,337
34th
(of 36)
94.44 1 67,905
5th
(of 51)
9.80 1 92,337
10th
(of 54)
18.52 1 92,337
9th
(of 30)
30.00 1 92,337
6th
(of 57)
10.53 1 92,337
7th
(of 39)
17.95 3 97,188
26th
(of 68)
38.24 104 73,666
31st
(of 66)
46.97 6 88,846
17th
(of 60)
28.33 15 88,246
13th 19.40 18 86,354
37th
(of 47)
78.72 2 74,576
39th
(of 63)
61.90 23 65,815
35th
(of 61)
57.38 21 65,041
23rd
(of 64)
35.94 18 65,356
13th
(of 16)
81.25 1 44,980
51st
(of 68)
75.00 2,872 43,418
32nd 47.76 117 49,908
34th 50.75 36 50,006
33rd
(of 55)
60.00 18 54,546
52nd
(of 68)
76.47 2,701 42,975
13th
(of 68)
19.12 1,521 23,627
14th
(of 43)
32.56 12 36,167
15th
(of 43)
34.88 12 63,432
18th
(of 30)
60.00 2 44,280
8th
(of 36)
22.22 3 60,590
14th
(of 63)
22.22 29 34,856
4th
(of 68)
5.88 67 37,186
31st
(of 64)
48.44 196 25,263
12th 17.91 51 32,123
2nd
(of 45)
4.44 6 52,103
8th
(of 50)
16.00 13 46,469
5th
(of 68)
7.35 23 45,491
1st
(of 44)
2.27 9 52,141
15th
(of 68)
22.06 252 19,740
4th
(of 68)
5.88 301 23,874
56th
(of 68)
82.35 323 13,689
27th
(of 66)
40.91 222 24,172

* 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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