Edith Rodriguez

Summary

Edith Rodriguez earned $54,147 in 2017 as a Bilingual Teacher for Chicago Public Schools Dr. Jorge Prieto Math & Sci Ac. Rodriguez had worked in this position since September 19, 2005.

Rodriguez earned more than 41.76% of employees in Chicago Public Schools Dr. Jorge Prieto Math & Sci Ac.

Other Bilingual Teachers at Chicago Public Schools Dr. Jorge Prieto Math & Sci Ac

Name Position Salary Start Date
Andrea Helen Montgomery Bilingual Teacher $93,236 08-26-1997
Yolanda Lamourt Bilingual Teacher $91,602 11-02-1993
Jennifer Drew Tozer Bilingual Teacher $90,948 09-13-1993
Jose Luis Trigueros Bilingual Teacher $88,890 03-13-1997
Maribel Marks Bilingual Teacher $87,959 09-02-2004
Elba Luz Cora Bilingual Teacher $83,430 10-17-1988
Maria Estrada Bilingual Teacher $80,699 08-27-2003
Judy Villasenor Bilingual Teacher $74,391 08-29-2007
Israel Hernandez Bilingual Teacher $71,069 12-18-2006
Dianey De La Cruz Bilingual Teacher $62,824 10-25-2011
Jennifer S Sparacino Bilingual Teacher $61,329 01-03-2011
Jamie R. Tanen Bilingual Teacher $60,453 01-09-2012
Lauren V. O'Gara Bilingual Teacher $57,267 08-21-2013
Mary Espinosa Bilingual Teacher $56,332 09-04-2012
Alexandra Johansen Laughlin Bilingual Teacher $52,687 08-25-2014
Roxana Gonzalez Bilingual Teacher $37,134 08-25-2014

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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