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Treasurer's Transparency Project

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All data contained in this database was provided by the Ohio Department of Education (ODE) and comes from the Education Management Information System (EMIS), which compiles information from each individual public school district in Ohio. (Click here for the EMIS Manual) Annual or hourly pay, days worked, hours per day and education level are shown as they are reported to ODE by individual school districts, in accordance with reporting standards set in the EMIS manual. These elements may not completely depict actual annual salaries, time worked, or years teaching experience. No benefits are included in the salary data. In instances where a school employee works multiple positions within a given year (for example a teacher who also coaches a sports team), these positions are listed separately. (Click here for more information on ODE EMIS data)

To download the information contained in this database in Microsoft Excel, click on the following links: 2012-13 School Year Education Employee Salary , 2011-12 School Year Education Employee Salary , 2010-11 School Year Education Employee Salary , 2009-10 School Year Education Employee Salary , 2008-09 School Year Education Employee Salary , 2007-08 School Year Education Employee Salary , or 2006-07 School Year Education Employee Salary. For questions or more information, please contact the Treasurer’s office by email at constituentaffairs@tos.ohio.gov or by phone at 614-752-8479.
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