The facts on school administrative salariesScott Rothschild
As statements are made about school employees during the current political campaign season, KASB’s Mark Tallman, associate executive director for advocacy, examined the staffing and salaries of district employees in a new series of blogs and `Ask KASB’ video. The blogs can be found here and the video explaining the results is here.
Among the major findings of Tallman’s analyses are:
- There are fewer school district management employees per 1,000 employees than for all private and public employees.
- School administrators earn less than overall “management occupations” in the state.
- On average, Kansas school superintendents earn less than other chief executives in Kansas.