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This report details, for each school administrative unit in Maine (except for vocational regions), the average salaries for full-time professional staff members. These average salaries are reported separately for each of the following categories:
The following table lists the specific positions that are included in each of these categories.
Position Position Category Code Title Teachers 0101 Classroom Teacher 0152 Itinerant Teacher 0105 Special Education Teacher 0108 Special Teacher of Reading/Literacy Specialist Other Instructional Staff 0901 Assistant Principal 0804 Athletic Director 0155 Co-curricular (Non-athletic) 0104 Coach (athletic) 0457 Co-op Director 0403 Curriculum Coordinator 0455 Department Head 0456 Director of Services for Exceptional Children 1501 Guidance Counselor 0301 Librarian/Media Specialist 0801 Principal 1701 Psychometrist 1601 School Psychologist 0460 Special Education Consultant 0401 Supervisor of Instruction Administration 0652 Assistant Director of Vocational Education 0603 Assistant Superintendent of Schools 0906 Business Administrator/Manager 0701 Director of Transportation 0552 Director of Vocational Education 1502 Director of Guidance
The salary data that is reported in this document is based on the Staff Information Sheets (Form EF-M-15) that were submitted to the Department by school administrative unit employees for the school year. For some units, one or more of these categories may be blank. This will occur if that unit does not have any full-time staff in positions that are included in that category. Vocational regions are not included in this report. This is because salaries for region staff are typically not comparable to salaries of staff in other units. It should be noted that the listing of unit salary data is sequenced according to the school administrative unit codes. As a result, some units are not listed in alphabetical sequence. To assist users of this report, a list of all unit names and corresponding unit codes is provided in Table II.