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State of New Hampshire

Educator Profiles

The qualifications of educators working in a school are critical to student learning.  Educator Experience may reflect the level of expertise and depth of practice possessed by a teacher.  Knowledge of the content being taught in a class may be demonstrated by holding a full credential in the subject area being taught.  The following indicators help to present a profile of the teaching staff. All metrics are presented as a percentage of classes offered in the school, not as a percentage of the total number of educators or teachers.

Educator Profiles

Experienced Educators are educators with three or more years of experience. A teacher certified in the given subject means they are licensed in the content area reported. Finally, an Intern or Emergency Authorization includes both intern licenses (teachers working under a local licensure plan and overseen by a mentor) and Emergency Authorizations granted to schools to hire an educator not currently licensed.  The average teacher salary is reported by school districts in a summary report on an annual basis.

Classes taught by an experienced educator

85.50%

Classes taught by an experienced educator

85.5%

What is the percent of classes taught by an experienced educator across high poverty schools versus low poverty schools in NH? Poverty is defined by the percent of students receiving free or reduced lunch at a given school.

Poverty Level

High Poverty is the 25% of NH Schools with the highest percentage of students receiving free or reduced lunch. Low poverty is the 25% of NH schools with the lowest percentage of students receiving free or reduced lunch.

High Poverty

79.80%

Low Poverty

85.20%

Classes taught by a teacher certified in the given subject

93.00%

Classes taught by a teacher certified in the given subject

93.0%

What is the percent of Classes taught by a teacher certified in the given subject across high poverty schools versus low poverty schools in NH? Poverty is defined by the percent of students receiving free or reduced lunch at a given school.

Poverty Level

High Poverty is the 25% of NH Schools with the highest percentage of students receiving free or reduced lunch. Low poverty is the 25% of NH schools with the lowest percentage of students receiving free or reduced lunch.

High Poverty

90.10%

Low Poverty

90.40%

Classes taught by educators on an Intern or Emergency Authorization

1.80%

Classes taught by educators on an Intern or Emergency Authorization

1.8%

What is the percent of classes taught by educators on an Intern or Emergency Authorization across high poverty schools versus low poverty schools in NH? Poverty is defined by the percent of students receiving free or reduced lunch at a given school.

Poverty Level

High Poverty is the 25% of NH Schools with the highest percentage of students receiving free or reduced lunch. Low poverty is the 25% of NH schools with the lowest percentage of students receiving free or reduced lunch.

High Poverty

2.00%

Low Poverty

1.70%

Average teacher salary

$59,198.19

Average Teacher Salary

$59,198.19

What is the average teacher salary across high poverty schools versus low poverty schools in NH? Poverty is defined by the percent of students receiving free or reduced lunch at a given school.

Poverty Level

High Poverty is the 25% of NH Schools with the highest percentage of students receiving free or reduced lunch. Low poverty is the 25% of NH schools with the lowest percentage of students receiving free or reduced lunch.

High Poverty

$56,704.60

Low Poverty

$62,576.49

Educator Profiles Over Time

2017


2018


2019


Classes taught by an experienced educator

86.1% 85.8% 85.5%

Classes taught by a certified teacher

91.7% 92.7% 93.0%

Classes taught by educators on an Intern or Emergency Authorization

1.5% 1.9% 1.8%

Average teacher salary

$57,521.53 $58,277.97 $59,198.19