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In 2013, the Idaho Department of Labor found that median and average math teacher salaries in Idaho were $45,736 and $49,229 respectively. The entry-level salary, on average, was found to be $31,545, which was 31% less than the median and 36% less than the average statewide. However, the middle range of all salaries was $38,321 and $62,658.

For math teachers employed by the Boise Independent School District, the salary schedule is as follows:

Bachelor’s Degree

- Step A: $34,855
- Step B: $35,112
- Step C: $35,368
- Step D: $35,624
- Step E: $35,880
- Step F: $36,393

Bachelor’s Degree Plus 9

- Step A: $35,112
- Step B: $35,368
- Step C: $35,624
- Step D: $35,880
- Step E: $36,393
- Step F: $36,905

Bachelor’s Degree Plus 45 or Master’s Degree

- Step A: $35,880
- Step B: $36,393
- Step C: $36,905
- Step D: $37,448
- Step E: $39,322
- Step F: $41,288
- Step G: $43,353
- Step H: $45,520
- Step I: $47,795
- Step J: $50,186
- Step K :$51,440
- Step L: $52,726
- Step M: $54,044
- Step N: $55,395
- Step O: $56,780
- Step P: $58,200