By Adam Clark and Carla Astudillo | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
on April 20, 2017 at 4:03 PM, updated April 20, 2017 at 4:38 PM

TRENTON — The median salary among New Jersey teachers is $66,117 this school year, about a 2.4 percent increase from last year, according to new state data.

The statistic reflects a wide range of teacher salaries that vary from district to district based on regional cost of living, grade levels offered in the district, faculty experience and other factors.

Northern Valley, a regional high school district in an affluent part of Bergen County, has the highest median teacher salary, $105,650. That’s more than twice the $43,911 median salary in East Newark Borough, a tiny K-8 district in a low-income area.

Use the tool at the bottom of this story to lookup any district or charter school and compare it to other districts.

http://www.nj.com/education/2017/04/nj_teacher_pay_see_the_median_salary_in_every_dist.html#comparison

 

RIDGEWOOD VILLAGE

MEDIAN TEACHER SALARY

’16 – ’17’  15 – ’16
$75,903  $78,318

CHANGE: -$2,415

GLEN ROCK BORO

MEDIAN TEACHER SALARY

’16 – ’17  ’15 – ’16
$69,658  $66,850

CHANGE: +$2,808

HO HO KUS BORO

MEDIAN TEACHER SALARY

’16 – ’17 ’15 – ’16
$78,901 $75,265

CHANGE: +$3,636