Tara Faye Stringer

Summary

Tara Faye Stringer earned $56,621 in 2017 as a Special Education Teacher for Chicago Public Schools Dr. Jorge Prieto Math & Sci Ac. Stringer had worked in this position since September 02, 2004.

Stringer earned more than 46.15% of employees in Chicago Public Schools Dr. Jorge Prieto Math & Sci Ac.

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

Name Position Salary Start Date
Michele Lynn Gracia Special Education Teacher $93,319 01-10-2000
Linda M Murdock Special Education Teacher $90,821 08-28-2002
Paula Suzanne Ladin Special Education Teacher $88,245 09-01-1995
Erica L Schomer Special Education Teacher $86,505 02-14-2005
Sandra Garcia Special Education Teacher $85,937 08-28-2002
Eduardo D Bahena Special Education Teacher $85,275 08-30-2006
Rene E Baltudis Special Education Teacher $82,308 11-17-2005
Roberto Gonzalez Special Education Teacher $80,690 03-15-2004
Kathleen Teresa Simkins Special Education Teacher $54,057 05-12-2009
Julia A Mahowald Special Education Teacher $50,822 09-01-2010
Laurie Bovino Special Education Teacher $50,378 08-31-2015
Tiara Damper Special Education Teacher $40,234 08-25-2014
Sari T. Freier Special Education Teacher $38,043 09-07-2012

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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