The Kansas Labor Information Center, which is sponsored by the Kansas Department of Labor, indicates that the median statewide math teacher salary in Kansas is $43,580. The statewide average, however, is about 12.6% higher at $49,890. Math teachers at the experienced level are estimated to average $59,960 per year, while entry-level math teachers earn $29,760 per year on average.

In the Spring Hill School district, which is part of the Overland Park Schools, math teachers are paid according to the following schedule:

Bachelor’s Degree

- Step 1: $37,100
- Step 2: $37,300
- Step 3: $37,500
- Step 4: $37,700
- Step 5: $38,000
- Step 6: $38,300
- Step 7: $38,600
- Step 8: $39,000
- Step 9: $39,400

Bachelor’s Degree Plus 15 Units

- Step 1: $37,600
- Step 2: $37,800
- Step 3: $38,000
- Step 4: $38,200
- Step 5: $38,500
- Step 6: $38,800
- Step 7: $39,100
- Step 8: $39,500
- Step 9: $39,900
- Step 10: $40,300
- Step 11: $40,800
- Step 12: $41,300
- Step 13: $41,800

Master’s Degree

- Step 1: $39,600
- Step 2: $39,900
- Step 3: $40,200
- Step 4: $40,500
- Step 5: $40,800
- Step 6: $41,200
- Step 7: $41,600
- Step 8: $42,100
- Step 9: $42,600
- Step 10: $43,200
- Step 11: $43,800
- Step 12: $44,400
- Step 13: $45,000
- Step 14: $45,500
- Step 15: $46,100
- Step 16: $46,700
- Step 17: $47,300
- Step 18: $47,900

Additional salary information regarding math teachers in Kansas is shown in the following table:

Area name

Employment

Annual median wage

Kansas City MO-KS

250

60770

Manhattan KS

60

71240

Kansas nonmetropolitan area

170

43690