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U.S. Rankings of the States - Average Teacher Salaries
 NEA Rankings & Estimates – 2015 Estimates
(updated May 2016)
 
State
2015
1. New York
77,957
2. Massachusetts
76,981
3. District of Columbia
75,810
4. California
72,842
5. Connecticut
         72,013
6. New Jersey
69,330
7. Alaska
67,443
8. Maryland
66,482
9. Rhode Island
66,197
10. Pennsylvania
64,991
11. Michigan
63,878
12. Illinois
61,342
13. Oregon
60,064
14. Delaware
59,085
15. Vermont
58,901
16. New Hampshire
58,802
17. Wyoming
57,761
18. Hawaii
57,431
19. Nevada
56,943
20. Minnesota
56,910
21. Ohio
56,410
22. Wisconsin
54,766
23. Iowa
54,416
24. Georgia
54,190
25. Washington
52,539
26. Texas
51,758
27. Kentucky
51,666
28. Nebraska
51.364
29. Montana
51,215
30. Virginia
50,834
31. Indiana
50,715
32. North Dakota
50,237
33. Maine
50,229
34. Colorado
50,039
35. Alabama
49,781
36. Florida
49,199
37. Kansas
49,197
38. Tennessee
48,708
39. South Carolina
48,542
40. Arkansas
48,220
41. North Carolina
47,985
42. Missouri
47,849
43. New Mexico
47,163
44. Louisiana
46,733
45. Utah
46,042
46. West Virginia
45,977
47. Arizona
45,477
48. Idaho
45,409
48. Oklahoma
44,921
49. Mississippi
42,744
50. South Dakota
42,025
National Average
58,064
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
NEA Rankings & Estimates - 2014 Revised
(updated May 2016)
 
State
2014
1. New York
77,628
2.District of Columbia
75,490
3. Massachusetts
75,398
4. California
72,535
5. Connecticut
71,709
6. New Jersey
69,038
7. Alaska
66,755
8. Rhode Island
65,918
9. Maryland
65,477
10. Pennsylvania
64,447
11. Michigan
63,856
12. Illinois
61,083
13. Oregon
59,811
14. Delaware
59,195
15. New Hampshire
58,554
16. Wyoming
57,414
17. Vermont
57,642
18.Hawaii
57,189
19. Nevada
56,703
20. Minnesota
56,670
21. Ohio
56,172
22. Wisconsin
54,535
23. Iowa
53,408
24. Georgia
53,382
25. Washington
52,502
26. Kentucky
51,155
27. Indiana
50,877
28. Texas
50,713
29. Montana
50,670
30. Virginia
50,620
31. Nebraska
50,525
32. North Dakota
50,025
33. Maine
50,017
34. Colorado
49,828
35. Florida
48,992
36. Kansas
48,990
37. Alabama
48,611
38. South Carolina
48,486
39. Tennessee
47,979
40. Louisiana
47,886
41. Arkansas
47,823
42. North Carolina
47,819
43. Missouri
47,409
44. New Mexico
46,625
45. Utah
45,848
46. West Virginia
45,783
47. Arizona
45,406
48. Oklahoma
45,317
49. Idaho
45,218
50. Mississippi
42,564
51. South Dakota
40,934
National Average                        57,420
 
NEA Rankings & Estimates 2013-14 Revised
(Updated May 2015)

 
State
2013
1. New York
76,409
2. Massachusetts
73,195
3. District of Columbia
73,162
4. California
71,396
5. Connecticut
70,583
6. New Jersey
68,238
7. Alaska
65,891
8. Rhode Island
64,696
9. Maryland
64,546
10. Pennsylvania
63,701
11. Michigan
62,166
12. Illinois
60,124
13. Delaware
59,305
14. Oregon
58,638
15. New Hampshire
57,057
16. Wyoming
56,583
17. Hawaii
56,291
18. Vermont
55,958
19. Ohio
55,913
20. Nevada
55,813
21. Minnesota
54,752
22. Wisconsin
53,679
23. Washington
52,969
24. Georgia
52,924
25. Iowa
52,032
26. Kentucky
50,560
27. Indiana
50,289
28. Montana
49,893
29.Virginia
48,826
30. Texas
49,690
31. Colorado
49,615
32. Nebraska
49,539
33. Maine
49,232
34. Louisiana
49,067
35. Alabama
48,720
36. North Dakota
48,666
37. South Carolina
48,430
38. Kansas
48,221
39. Florida
47,780
40.Tennessee
47,742
41.Arkansas
47,319
42.Missouri
46,750
43. New Mexico
45,727
44. Utah
45,695
45.Arizona
45,335
46. West Virginia
45,086
47. North Carolina
44,990
48. Oklahoma
44,549
48. Idaho
44,465
49. Mississippi
42,187
50. South Dakota
40,023
National Average
56,610

2012-13 Revised Average Teacher Salaries

State
2012
1. New York
75,279
2. Massachusetts
72,334
3. District of Columbia
70,906
4. Connecticut
69,397
5. California
69,324
6. New Jersey
68,797
7. Alaska
65,468
8. Maryland
64,248
9. Rhode Island
63,474
10. Pennsylvania
62,994
11. Michigan
61,560
12. Delaware
59,679
13. Illinois
59,113
14. Oregon
57,612
15. Ohio
56,307
16. Wyoming
56,775
17. Minnesota
56,268
18. Nevada
55,957
19. New Hampshire
55,599
20. Wisconsin
53,797
21. Hawaii
54,300
22. Georgia
52,880
23. Vermont
52,526
24. Washington
52,234
25. Louisiana
51,381
26. Iowa
51,381
27. Kentucky
50,203
28. Indiana
50,065
29. Arizona
49,885
30. Colorado
49,844
31. Idaho
49,734
32. Utah
49,393
33. Nebraska
48,997
34. Montana
48,855
35. Texas
48,819
36. Maine
48,430
37. Virginia
48,670
38. South Carolina
48,375
39. Alabama
47,949
40. Tennessee
47,563
41. Missouri
47,517
42. Kansas
47,464
43. North Dakota
47,344
44. Arkansas
46,631
45. Florida
46,598
46. North Carolina
45,737
47. New Mexico
45,453
47. West Virginia
45,453
48. Oklahoma
44,373
49. Mississippi
41,814
50. South Dakota
39,018
National Average
56,103

NEA Rankings & Estimates 2012-13 – Revised March 2014
2011-12 Revised Average Teacher Salaries
 
State
2011
1. New York
73,398
2. Massachusetts
71,721
3. Connecticut
69,465
4. District of Columbia
68.720
5. California
68,531
6. New Jersey
67,078
7. Maryland
63,634
8. Alaska
62,425
9. Rhode Island
62,186
10. Pennsylvania
61,934
11. Michigan
61,560
12. Delaware
58,800
13. Illinois
57,636
14. Oregon
57,348
15. Wyoming
57,222
16. Ohio
56,715
17. Minnesota
54,959
18. Nevada
54,559
19. New Hampshire
54,177
20. Hawaii
54,070
21. Wisconsin
53,792
22. Georgia
52,938
23. Washington
52,232
24. Vermont
51,306
25. Indiana
50,516
26. Iowa
50,240
27. Louisiana
50,179
28. Kentucky
49,730
29. Colorado
49,049
30. Virginia
48,703
31. Arizona
48,691
32. Idaho
48,551
33. Montana
48,546
34. Texas
48,373
35. Utah
48,159
36. Nebraska
48,154
37. Alabama
48,003
38. South Carolina
47,428
39. Maine
47,338
40. Tennessee
47,082
41. Kansas
46,718
42. Florida
46,479
43. Missouri
46,406
44. Arkansas
46,314
45. North Dakota
46,058
46. North Carolina
45,947
47. New Mexico
45,622
48. West Virginia
45,320
49. Oklahoma
44,391
50. Mississippi
41,646
51. South Dakota
38,804
National Average
55,418
NEA Rankings & Estimates 2011-2012 – Revised November 2012
 
2010-11 Revised Average Teacher Salaries

State
2010
1. New York
72,708
2. Massachusetts
70,752
3. Connecticut
69,165
4. California
67,871
5. New Jersey
66,612
6. District of Columbia
66,601
7. Illinois
64,509
8. Maryland
63,960
9. Michigan
63,940
10. Alaska
62,918
11. Rhode Island
60,923
12. Pennsylvania
60,760
13. Delaware
57,934
14. Ohio
56,715
15. Wyoming
56,100
16. Oregon
56,503
17. Hawaii
55,063
18. Wisconsin
54,195
19. Minnesota
53,680
20. Nevada
53,023
21. Washington
52,926
22. Georgia
52,815
23. New Hampshire
52,792
24. Indiana
50,801
25. Vermont
50,141
26. Louisiana
49,006
27. Iowa
49,844
28. Colorado
49,228
29. Kentucky
48,908
30. Virginia
48,761
31. Texas
48,638
32. Alabama
47,803
33. Arizona
47,553
34. Idaho
47,416
35. Nebraska
47,368
36. Maine
47,182
37. Montana
47,132
38. South Carolina
47,050
39. Utah
47,033
40. New Mexico
46,888
41. North Carolina
46,605
42. Kansas
46,598
43. Arkansas
46,500
44. Tennessee
45,891
45. Florida
45,732
46. Missouri
45,321
47. North Dakota
44,807
48. Oklahoma
44,343
49. West Virginia
44,260
50. Mississippi
41,975
51. South Dakota
39,850
National Average
56,623

NEA Rankings & Estimates 2010-11 - Revised November 2011
2009-10 Revised U.S. Average Teacher Salaries

State
2009 -10
1. New York
71,633
2. Massachusetts
69,273
3. California
68,203
4. New Jersey
65,130
5. District of Columbia
64,548
6. Connecticut
64,350
7. Maryland
63,971
8. Illinois
62,077
9. Rhode Island
59,686
10. Alaska
59,672
11. Pennsylvania
59,156
12. Michigan
57,958
13. Delaware
57,080
14. Ohio
55,958
15. Wyoming
55,861
16. Oregon
55,224
17. Hawaii
55,063
18. Georgia
53,112
19. Washington
53,003
20. Minnesota
52,431
21. Nevada
51,524
22. New Hampshire
51,443
23. Wisconsin
51,264
24. Virginia
50,015
25. Indiana
49,986
26. Iowa
49,626
27. Kentucky
49,543
28. Colorado
49,202
29. Vermont
49,084
30. Louisiana
48,903
31. Texas
48,261
32. Oklahoma
47,691
33. Alabama
47,571
34. South Carolina
47,508
35. Arizona
46,952
36. North Carolina
46,850
37. Florida
46,708
38. Arkansas
46,700
39. Kansas
46,657
40. Tennessee
46,290
41. Idaho
46,283
42. New Mexico
46,258
43. Nebraska
46,227
44. Maine
46,106
45. West Virginia
45,959
46. Utah
45,885
47. Montana
45,759
48. Mississippi
45,644
49. Missouri
45,317
50. North Dakota
42,964
51. South Dakota
38,837
National Average
55,202

NEA Rankings & Estimates 2009-2010 -Revised June 21, 2011
 
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