Our Salary Report
S B S S
What you will receive:
Salary Analysis based on the school districts you choose to include.
Benefit Comparison showing which benefits each district provides
and the cost per teacher for single insurance coverage and family
insurance coverage. (view)
Then we combine benefits with the salary schedules:
Salary & Single Benefit Analysis. (view)
Salary & Family Benefit Analysis. (view)
We include all supporting documentation for each of your chosen
S A M P L E
R E P O R T S:
SBSS is the only source you will find that delivers school district data
in an easy to read, easy to compare format. We mine our own data
through our own interviewing and research process. Other data
sources give you to district salary averages or base pay. There is
nothing wrong with comparing your district's data to this per se. The
problem is what factors are not being included.
Carefully calculating and comparing pay raise structures is an
extremely wise use of school district money. A simple district salary
average or base pay comparison neglects to measure future pay
raises. Our data allows you to evaluate different pay raise structures
with a 26 year analysis. The 26 year earning power (26YREP) is the
best method in analyzing your salary schedule because our studies
have shown that 26 years is the average years of service teachers
have when initializing their retirement. It communicates in dollars the
long range impact your salary schedule has on the individual teacher
as well as the district.
Benefits compensation can be just as important of a consideration as
salary. Comparing the details of health and life insurance coverage,
disability, and other benefit programs is essential information to guide
you through salary negotiation. Our data makes unique benefit plans
comparable and analyzes your salary and salary & benefit plan with a
group of school districts of your choosing.
Our Data Makes Unique Salary Plans Comparable
District to district comparison. You select the districts.
Evaluate different pay raise structures with a 26 year analysis.
Includes a benefit comparison for single and family plans.