Lower Hudson Valley taxpayers are expected to spend more than $137 million on top administrators for 52 public schools throughout the region, according to a Journal News analysis of state data released today.
The data covers all administrators who are expected to earn $123,000 or more, which is the state’s threshold for reporting the salaries.
Here is a breakdown of salary data by county for the upcoming school year:
Total number of administrators:58
Total cost: $9,442,458
Average salary per administrator: $162,801
Total number of administrators: 161
Total cost: $25,640,188
Average salary per administrator: $159,256
Number of administrators: 624
Total cost: $102,884,740
Average salary: $164,879
Note: The salary data did not including Ossining. The data also does not include Yonkers because it’s not required to report since its residents don’t vote on their school’s budget.
Tov view a spreadsheet that lists all of the districts and their administrative salaries who meet the state’s threshold, click here: Lower Hudson Valley administrative salary data.