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According to the Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation, Research & Analysis Bureau, in 2014, there was an average annual math teacher salary in Nevada of $61,500. While the Department didn’t offer any data to conclude how math teachers were paid in Nevada’s cities, we can look to the individual school district to obtain this information. For example, in the Clark County School District, which includes the Las Vegas schools, math teachers are paid by the salary schedule shown here:

Class A (Bachelor’s Degree)

- Step 1: $34,684
- Step 2: $36,134
- Step 3: $37,582
- Step 4: $39,038
- Step 5: $40,482

Class B (Bachelor’s Degree Plus 16 Units)

- Step 1: $36,545
- Step 2: $37,994
- Step 3: $39,452
- Step 4: $40,901
- Step 5: $42,349
- Step 6: $43,805

Class D (Master’s Degree)

- Step 1: $40,276
- Step 2: $41,726
- Step 3: $43,181
- Step 4: $44,630
- Step 5: $46,082
- Step 6: $47,531
- Step 7: $48,984
- Step 8: $50,433
- Step 9: $51,890

Class E (Master’s Degree Plus 16 Units)

- Step 1: $42,144
- Step 2: $43,600
- Step 3: $45,046
- Step 4: $46,492
- Step 5: $47,945
- Step 6: $49,397
- Step 7: $50,848
- Step 8: $52,298
- Step 9: $53,748