68 percent of Shiloh teachers stay put; average earns $42,982 per year
The Illinois State Board of Education records data concerning faculty salary, retention and attendance because maintaining a stable faculty makes for a better environment for teachers and students, furthering student success, according to the report.
Shiloh CUSD 1 full-time faculty members number 34, with a student-teacher ratio of 8-to-1. There are 199 students enrolled at the middle and high school.
The average salary for teachers within the district is $42,982, ranking it 714th out of 859 districts in the state for pay. About 82.4 percent of teachers at the middle and high school and 79.4 percent of those in the district were absent 10 days or fewer in 2017, compared to 75.3 percent of teachers in the state.
Salaries vary depending on the school and district, as well as the teacher's level of experience and education, according to the report. The U.S. Department of Education considers teacher attendance a "leading indicator" of how well students perform. When a high rate of teachers are absent more than 10 days, data shows students perform worse.