BUFFALO, NY (WIVB) - According to Business First, more than 800 administrators and teachers earned six-figure salaries from western New York's public school districts last year.
Business First has released a list of the top 1,000 salaries paid by 98 districts. The list, which includes 809 employees who earned $100,000 or more in 2012, extends down to $97,823.
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The compensation figures come from the New York State Teachers Retirement System and SeeThrough New York, a comprehensive website that specializes in facts and figures about state and local governments.
The region's two biggest school systems have the largest number of employees in the top 1,000. Williamsville has 134 administrators and teachers on the list, while Buffalo has 115.
Williamsville Superintendent Scott Martzloff was the region's highest-paid public school administrator in 2012, earning $191,946. You can see the full ranking of the top 1,000 on Business First's website .
The rankings only include cash compensation in the 2011-2012 academic year. They do not account for the cost of pensions, health insurance or other benefits, but may include lump-sum payments for unused sick leave or vacation.
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