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Colorado math teacher salary expectations can range anywhere from $29,325 to just over six figures, according to the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment. At the entry level, math teachers are earning an average of $29,325 per year. The statewide average, however, is $54,922. At the experienced level, math teachers in Colorado are earning an average of $67,720 per year.

The variations among math teacher salaries in Colorado are pretty significant based on location. In fact, the salary difference between an experienced math teacher employed in the Fort Collins/Loveland area compared with one in the Pueblo area is nearly 62%.

Here is a look at how math teachers in Colorado fare according to the city they work in:

Fort Collins/Loveland

- Entry: $41,190
- Average: $82,227
- Experienced: $102,746

Colorado Springs

- Entry: $35,076
- Average: $67,093
- Experienced: $83,102

Denver/Aurora

- Entry: $29,777
- Average: $49,959
- Experienced: $60,051

Greeley

- Entry: $24,728
- Average: $43,040
- Experienced: $52,196

Pueblo

- Entry: $27,230
- Average: $35,263
- Experienced: $39,279

The table below is provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics and inclusive of salary information regarding math teachers throughout Colorado: