Data Analysis and Accountability


Administrator and Teacher Salary and Benefits

Sections 10-20.47 and 34-18.38 of the School Code [105 ILCS 5/10-20.47 and 5/34-18.38] require school districts to report administrator and teacher salary and benefits to the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE):

“Each school board shall report to the State Board of Education, on or before October 1 of each year, the base salary and benefits of the district superintendent [or the general superintendent of schools or chief executive officer] and all administrators and teachers employed by the school district. For the purposes of this Section, “benefits” includes without limitation vacation days, sick days, bonuses, annuities, and retirement enhancements.

Prior to this annual reporting to the State Board of Education, the information must be presented at a regular school board meeting, subject to applicable notice requirements, and then posted on the Internet website of the school district, if any.”

For school years 2010 and 2011, the deadline in statute for districts to report was July 1.  Public Act 97-0256 subsequently amended the School Code to 1) incorporate October 1 as the new reporting deadline and 2) add requirements for the information to be presented at a regular school board meeting and then posted on the district’s website.  The changes were effective January 1, 2012, so districts were required to comply starting with data to be reported for school year 2012.

For school years 2010, 2011, and 2012, districts were required to submit to ISBE the following data for each individual employed as an administrator and/or teacher during the school year.

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Due to technical or other reasons locally, some districts did not submit data each school year as required starting in 2010.  Only data submitted via IWAS by the mandated deadline for a given year are included in this posting.  Questions about reported or missing data should be directed to the school district(s).

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 only.  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.

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