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Table: Full Disclosure

October 11, 2005 1 min read

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Fresno
District/School # of Teachers Avg. Salary ($) % Minority % Poverty
Mayfair Elementary 48 56,407 100 71.9

Gibson Elementary 23 62,902 29.7 13.3

Sacramento
District/School # of Teachers Avg. Salary ($) % Minority % Poverty
Kemble Elementary 30 44,547 85.5 68.3

Didion Elementary 26 57,939 12.1 20.6

San Diego
District/School # of Teachers Avg. Salary ($) % Minority % Poverty
Wilsom Middle 80 42,844 67.2 82.8

Muirlands Middle 46 52,084 30.3 24.3 SOURCE: Education Trust-West

A version of this article appeared in the October 12, 2005 edition of Education Week as Full Disclosure