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New Jersey Teacher Salary

On this page, we'll explore some of the data regarding teachers and teaching salaries in New Jersey. If what you learn interests you, consider learning more about how to become a teacher in New Jersey on our New Jersey-focused teacher certification page, here.

Teacher Salaries in New Jersey

Average Teacher Salary Average Teacher Salary State Rank Average Teacher Salary Change
$69,330 5 0.40%

Student to Teacher Comparison

Number of Teachers Number of Students Student:Teacher Ratio
112,377 1,342,685 11.9

New Jersey Education Budget Allocation

Per Capita Education Expenditures Per Capita Education Expenditures State Rank Percent of Expenditures Spent on Education
$1,915 29 38.80%
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MS - Instruction in the 1:1 Environment
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M.Ed. in Curriculum & Instruction: Social Studies
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