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In 2013, the average entry-level math teacher salary in Rhode Island, according to the Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training, was $56,500. The average salary statewide, however, was nearly 37% higher at $89,210. The median salary was reported to be $79,940, though the most experienced math teachers throughout the state were reported to average an astounding $113,370 annually.

In the Providence area, math teacher salaries are as follows:

Providence/Fall River/Warwick

- Average: $87,380
- Entry: $55,440
- Median: $76,180
- Experienced: $110,480

The salary schedule among math teachers employed in the Cranston Public Schools is as follows:

- Step 1: $38,000
- Step 2: $40,470
- Step 3: $43,100
- Step 4: $45,902
- Step 5: $48,886
- Step 6: $52,063
- Step 7: $55,447
- Step 8: $59,051
- Step 9: $62,889
- Step 10: $66,977
- Step 11: $71,331
- Step 12: $73,900

The salary table below is from the Bureau of Labor Statistics:

Area name

Employment

Annual median wage

Providence-Fall River-Warwick RI-MA

240

76180