Michigan’s Highest-Paying School Districts
Average teacher pay ranges from $77,377 to $86,812
Warren Consolidated Schools in Macomb County was the highest-paying district in Michigan, with an average teacher salary of $86,812 a year, according to an annual report issued by the Michigan Department of Education.
Utica Community Schools, also in Macomb County, had the second-highest average teacher salary, at $84,604.
Northville Public Schools was the third-highest-paying district, with an average teacher salary of $81,640.
Utica Community Schools was the highest-paying district in 2018-19 and 2019-20, with an average salary of $81,641 and $82,060, respectively.
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