Carolina Ramos earned $73,386 in 2017 as a Regular Teacher for Chicago Public Schools David G Farragut Career Acad. Ramos had worked in this position since February 26, 2008.
Ramos earned more than 67.27% of employees in Chicago Public Schools David G Farragut Career Acad.
Other Regular Teachers at Chicago Public Schools David G Farragut Career Acad
|Maria Teresa Mooney||Regular Teacher||$96,392||08-28-1996|
|Dennis M Banahan||Regular Teacher||$94,010||10-24-1994|
|William Albert Nelson||Regular Teacher||$93,803||06-03-1991|
|Ramona Banks||Regular Teacher||$93,541||06-03-1991|
|Mark R Siemsen||Regular Teacher||$92,696||08-31-2005|
|Amela Cenan||Regular Teacher||$91,503||08-27-2003|
|Shane Garry Schedin||Regular Teacher||$90,100||09-02-2009|
|John R Silva||Regular Teacher||$87,128||08-29-2007|
|Magally Mcdowell||Regular Teacher||$86,382||08-20-1998|
|Reyna Morales||Regular Teacher||$82,424||01-16-2007|
|Joann E Baldwin||Regular Teacher||$81,326||08-29-2001|
|Eddy R Mazur||Regular Teacher||$81,192||08-30-2006|
|Jessie Meredith||Regular Teacher||$74,008||01-30-1989|
|Linda Loren Morales||Regular Teacher||$72,453||09-24-2008|
|Christopher Mcdaniel||Regular Teacher||$62,140||07-05-2006|
|Dragana Bozovic-Milutinovic||Regular Teacher||$59,961||11-15-2011|
|Vera Milenkovich||Regular Teacher||$59,560||09-02-1974|
|Tracy Juarez||Regular Teacher||$57,876||08-31-2011|
|Daniela Varela||Regular Teacher||$56,379||02-19-2015|
|Andrea Pulido||Regular Teacher||$52,787||08-29-2016|
|Leah Whitesel||Regular Teacher||$48,007||08-28-2008|
|Alexander Ontiveros||Regular Teacher||$47,472||03-03-2009|
|Joseph N. Nuzzo||Regular Teacher||$42,234||08-31-2011|
|Namkyun R Sul||Regular Teacher||$41,357||10-23-2015|
|Fernando Domingo Reyes||Regular Teacher||$37,891||02-09-2017|
|Hans J Krueger||Regular Teacher||$27,837||09-22-2010|
|Aaron Gaines||Regular Teacher||$20,479||02-23-2011|
|Valentina R Mendoza||Regular Teacher||$19,136||08-28-2017|
Data year: 2017 (Source)
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