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Chiefs’ Salaries

February 25, 2004 1 min read
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Education Week collected this list of salaries for the top state education officials.

Annual Salary

Alabama $170,000
Alaska 85,000
Arizona 85,000
Arkansas 119,768
California 148,750
Colorado 162,000
Connecticut 140,000
Delaware 133,600
Florida 232,025
Georgia 112,776
Hawaii 150,000
Idaho 82,500
Illinois 225,000
Indiana* 79,400
Iowa 126,175
Kansas 137,281
Kentucky 190,000
Louisiana 180,000
Maine 95,000
Maryland 135,000
Massachusetts 164,767
Michigan 159,885
Minnesota 108,400
Mississippi 240,000
Missouri 147,924
Montana 80,425
Nebraska 125,013
Nevada 107,433
New Hampshire 96,461
New Jersey 137,165
New Mexico 96,437
New York 171,165
North Carolina 104,523
North Dakota 77,434
Ohio 201,406
Oklahoma 95,898
Oregon 76,300
Pennsylvania 115,000
Rhode Island 148,000
South Carolina 92,007
South Dakota 115,000
Tennessee 98,316
Texas 164,748
Utah 138,894
Vermont 108,000
Virginia 146,535
Washington 101,750
West Virginia 146,000
Wisconsin 107,431
Wyoming 92,000

* Also provides a $12,000 annual housing allowance

SOURCE: Education Week

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