Cudahy School District Milwaukee County

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The Cudahy School district is located in the southern part of Milwaukee County.

The Cudahy School District is one of only five school districts in Milwaukee County where the average teacher salary declined since 2011. Cudahy is a lower middle class community located on the Lake Michigan lakeshore, south of the City of Milwaukee. In the early years of Act 10, the Cudahy school board and administration aggressively used Act 10 to limit teacher raises, and eliminate the collectively bargained salary schedule. With teacher turnover increasing, and finding it difficult to secure high quality new hires, the Cudahy administration decided to work with it's teacher's association to come up with an objective and attainable career salary system, where all teachers are able to reach the maximum salaries. We hope that this cooperative spirit will continue to improve teaching conditions in the upcoming years.

Salary Comparison

2010-2011 Average Teacher Salary2019-2020 Average Teacher Salary2010-2011 Superintendent Salary2019-2020 Superintendent Salary
$61,998$60,064$129,690$174,759
1. This district has a written system for career salary advancement that is objective, predictable, and attainable by all teachers.
Yes
2. This district's system for career salary advancement is clear and objective, rather than based on periodic subjective judgments.
Yes
3. This district's system of career salary advancement includes merit pay or performance pay.
No
4. This District's system of career salary advancement includes student test scores
No
5. This district's system of career salary advancement is predictable.
Yes
6. All teachers are able to attain the highest career salaries in the district.
Yes
7. This district's system of career salary advancement is based on experience and educational level attained
Yes
1. Before deciding to non-renew or terminate a teacher, this district always gives significant advance notice of any deficiencies and the opportunity and support to improve their performance
Unknown
5. This district allows teachers to appeal discipline, non-renewal, and termination decisions to an impartial arbitrator or judge.
Unknown
1. This district provides time and resources on scheduled in-service days to help teachers meet state and district educator accountability requirements, including SLO's and PPG's.
Unknown

Additional Information Regarding This School District: 

 The Cudahy school district is located in Milwaukee County, one of the most ethically diverse, demcratic voting counties in Wisconsin. Thoughout the pandemic, citizens in most Milwaukee County communities followed state health guidelines designed to curb the spread of Covid19.  

No matter what your political beliefs, you can find a community inside Milwaukee County where you will be comfortable living in and your political beliefs accepted and respected. 

 

Health Insurance Comparison (lowest cost plan) - Family

Wisconsin Governor % Walker 2018Presidential Election % Trump 2016Presidential Election % Trump 2020
31% Walker 201829%Trump 201629% Trump 2020

Comparison of Average Teacher Pay versus Superintendent Pay

Average Teacher Pay% ChangeSuperintendent Pay% Change
$1934 Decrease3% pay cut$45,06935% pay increase

 

The information on this district page comes from a variety of publicly available information sources. Salary data comes from information compiled by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.

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Thanks from the Teaching in Wisconsin Research Team.