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How Much do Community High School District 128 Teachers Make?

Data released by the Illinois State Board of Education reveals individual teacher and administrator salaries.

How Much do Community High School District 128 Teachers Make?

The highest-paid teacher in Community High School District 128 earned about $205,578 in 2010-11, while the lowest-paid teacher made $11,051.

The figures come from data released by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE), which collected it from many districts. The data shows the names, positions, salaries and benefits of all teachers and administrators. District 128, which includes Libertyville and Vernon Hills High Schools, is listed as School District 128.

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According to the ISBE, "For school years 2010 and 2011, when a July 1 reporting deadline was in effect, school districts were directed by ISBE to include in their reports payments made through June 30, 2010. As a result, projected July and August payments to individuals paid over 12 months versus 10 should not have been included. For this reason — and because additional compensation can be earned for a variety of extra duties involving the supervision of students or related to the academic program — the annual compensation reported for individuals is not comparable either within or across districts."

ISBE report card data for 2011 in District 128 shows that the average teacher salary was $95,296, versus $64,978 for the state. At the time of the 2011 report card, the district had 220 teachers - 51.5 percent women and 48.5 percent men. The average class size was 22.1, versus 19.2 for the state.

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