The California Public Policy Center (CPC) released 2013 compensation information for school districts across the state on Wednesday.
The data, posted on TransparentCalifornia.com, has the names of public school teachers from kindergarten through 12th grade for 62 percent of California School Districts.
CPC said it found there was widespread double dipping -- educators simultaneously collecting a pension and a salary -- and "exorbitant pay, even for support staff."
The CPC broke down the data and found that in 2013:
- Average full-time teacher pay was $84,886
- 34,756 teachers were paid more than $100,000
- 100 superintendents made more than a quarter of a million dollars (with benefits)
- 243 coaches and athletic advisers were paid more than $100,000
- 182 school librarians took home more than $100,000
- 31 school custodians took home more than $100,000
Below, search databases of educator's who made more than $100,000 or $200,000 in 2013:
Educators who made more than $100,000 in 2013
Educators who made more than $200,000 in 2013