Pamela Y Oliver
Pamela Y Oliver earned $99,338 in 2017 as a Special Education Teacher for Chicago Public Schools Charles P Steinmetz Academic C. Oliver had worked in this position since April 29, 2008.
Oliver earned more than 91.67% of employees in Chicago Public Schools Charles P Steinmetz Academic C.
Other Special Education Teachers at Chicago Public Schools Charles P Steinmetz Academic C
|Kristine M Woodward||Special Education Teacher||$103,634||08-27-2003|
|Mojgan Majdzadeh||Special Education Teacher||$100,028||11-29-2000|
|Gerald J Cole||Special Education Teacher||$95,100||09-27-1984|
|Vincenzo Immacolato Inga||Special Education Teacher||$90,785||09-02-1991|
|Vince L Caputi||Special Education Teacher||$87,468||01-22-2001|
|Debra Ann Kern||Special Education Teacher||$86,775||05-21-2002|
|Timothy Jude Mcnulty||Special Education Teacher||$86,368||10-02-1995|
|Jolanta Szefer||Special Education Teacher||$85,454||10-17-1994|
|Ben Goldstein||Special Education Teacher||$83,379||10-04-2004|
|Mariella I Rotondi-Cole||Special Education Teacher||$81,802||01-30-2005|
|Steven B Goldberg||Special Education Teacher||$81,387||02-04-2008|
|Thomas Anthony Meehan||Special Education Teacher||$79,840||01-09-2007|
|Rajeswaramma Narreddy||Special Education Teacher||$76,802||11-05-2006|
|Jonathan Hood||Special Education Teacher||$74,381||08-30-2006|
|Martha A Paltzer||Special Education Teacher||$73,582||09-17-2008|
|Jamie Crane-Madsen||Special Education Teacher||$46,256||09-27-1999|
Data year: 2017 (Source)
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