Brandi D Mcclinton

Summary

Brandi D Mcclinton earned $60,968 in 2017 as a Special Education Teacher for Chicago Public Schools Sarah Goode Hs. Mcclinton had worked in this position since September 02, 2009.

Mcclinton earned more than 63.55% of employees in Chicago Public Schools Sarah Goode Hs.

Other Special Education Teachers at Chicago Public Schools Sarah Goode Hs

Name Position Salary Start Date
Chancy Ann Brewer Special Education Teacher $96,518 08-25-1997
Linda Dawn Thomas Special Education Teacher $83,526 08-30-2006
Colency Penny Mcbride Special Education Teacher $82,137 11-03-2003
Eileen M Mandera Special Education Teacher $81,174 10-01-2006
Yolanda Lynette Hammond Special Education Teacher $80,844 09-01-1995
Michael R Heath Special Education Teacher $75,107 06-11-2009
Jammie E Foster Special Education Teacher $73,948 02-02-2010
Maricha D Matthews Special Education Teacher $70,967 08-19-2005
John Joseph Jones Special Education Teacher $62,608 09-03-1984
Daniel P Devine Special Education Teacher $54,598 08-31-2015
Jaime L Bradshaw Special Education Teacher $54,261 01-28-2014
Robert Alanzo Special Education Teacher $49,954 08-29-2016
Danielle J. Ranieri Special Education Teacher $38,891 08-04-2010
Vernon L. Rogers Special Education Teacher $30,406 10-24-2011
Maria Lynn Ranieri Special Education Teacher $19,519 08-21-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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