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Texas Math Teacher Salary Expectations

As of 2013, there was an average annual math teacher salary in Texas of $71,770, based on data published by the Texas Workforce Commission. At the entry level, math teachers were averaging $36,030 annually. At the experienced level, they were averaging $89,630 annually. The median of all salaries statewide was $62,100, approximately 42% above entry level and 31% under experienced level.

To get a better idea of how math teachers in Texas are paid, take a look at their salaries by city:

Houston/Sugar Land/Baytown

  • Average: $80,100
  • Entry: $39,960
  • Experienced: $100,170
  • Median: $69,800

Dallas/Plano/Irving

  • Average: $74,480
  • Entry: $40,980
  • Experienced: $91,230
  • Median: $64,900

Austin/Round Rock

  • Average: $69,240
  • Entry: $41,800
  • Experienced: $82,960
  • Median: $58,520

Fort Worth/Arlington

  • Average: $70,080
  • Entry: $34,480
  • Experienced: $87,880
  • Median: $61,800

San Antonio

  • Average: $69,000
  • Entry: $30,190
  • Experienced: $88,410
  • Median: $74,060

More math teacher salaries across Texas are listed in the following table:

Area name
Employment
Annual median wage
Austin-Round Rock-San Marcos TX
560
58520
Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington TX
610
63870
Dallas-Plano-Irving TX Metropolitan Division
Estimate Not Released
64900
Fort Worth-Arlington TX Metropolitan Division
240
61800
Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown TX
780
69800
Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood TX
50
64400
McAllen-Edinburg-Mission TX
130
58930
San Antonio-New Braunfels TX
340
74060
Tyler TX
60
45860
Northwestern Texas nonmetropolitan area
90
47390
North Central Texas nonmetropolitan area
100
47820
Eastern Texas nonmetropolitan area
80
59760
Gulf Coast Texas nonmetropolitan area
70
68400