Highest-paid teacher in Northern Suburban Special Education District raked in $131,683.45 in the 2013-2014 school year
The top 20 highest-paid teachers in Northern Suburban Special Education District each earned more than $87,000 in total compensation in 2014, according to the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE).
The amount reflects teachers' full adjusted pay - a calculation which includes benefits and all pension contributions by taxpayers for each teacher, and reflects a full year of work instead of the nine months teachers actually worked.
Records show that in 2014, Linda Grandolfo, a special education teacher at Northern Suburban Special Education District at 760 Red Oak Lane, received $131,683.45, the highest full adjusted pay among all teachers in the district.
No benefits were included in that amount.
Overall, the total amount Northern Suburban Special Education District spent on its 20 highest-paid teachers in 2014 was $1,991,861.62.
Northern Suburban Special Education District had 73 teachers in 2014.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau's 2014 Census American Community Survey, the median household income for Illinois was $57,444 in 2014.
ISBE is responsible for administering public education in Illinois and consists of nine board members appointed by the governor and approved by the Senate.
*Editor's note: A previous version of this story incorrectly noted the teacher benefits data was from fiscal year 2015 when it was actually from fiscal year 2014. We have updated the story accordingly.
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