by Dr. Terry Stoops
Director of the Center for Effective Education, John Locke Foundation
The answer is Chapel-Hill/Carrboro City Schools!
Most school districts use local dollars to provide salary supplements to teachers, administrators, and staff. These supplements are added to the base salary amount indicated on the state’s teacher salary schedule.
|District Name||Number of Teacher Positions||Teachers Receiving Supplements||Average Supplement per Teacher|
|Chapel-Hill/Carrboro City Schools||1,159||1,159||$6,892.00|
|Charlotte-Mecklenburg County Schools||10,382||10,073||$6,632.00|
|Wake County Schools||9,789||9,789||$5,994.00|
|Durham County Schools||2,551||2,483||$5,494.00|
|Orange County Schools||607||607||$5,197.00|
|Guilford County Schools||5,577||5,577||$4,746.00|
|Clinton City Schools||215||215||$4,512.00|
|Person County Schools||358||358||$4,235.00|
|Dare County Schools||378||378||$4,191.00|
|Onslow County Schools||1,617||1,617||$4,033.00|