UPDATE- 9:00PM – THE MAP OF 4,767 $100,000 IL Educator Pensions is live:
EDITORS NOTE: THE INTERACTIVE MAP OF SIX-FIGURE PENSIONS CRASHED AFTER A MASSIVE RESPONSE FROM OUR SUBSCRIBERS. OVER THE NEXT COUPLE OF WEEKS, YOU’LL SEE AN UPGRADE TO OUR TECHNOLOGIES.
HAVE RETIRED ON $100,000 OR MORE
TOTAL EMPLOYEE PENSION CONTRIBUTIONS: $697.34 MILLION
TOTAL FIRST YEAR PENSIONS: $561.48 MILLION
(Average Time for return of employee contributions: 15 months)
Visit our interactive “$100,000 Educator Pension Map”
(Search by Retiree or by District name)
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TOP 10 DISTRICTS AWARDING $100,000 PENSIONS:
- Palatine D211 343 retirees
- Township HSD 214 (Arlington Heights) 252 retirees
- Northfield HSD 225 131 retirees
- Highland Park D113 124 retirees
- Maine Twp HSD207 125 retirees
- Niles HSD 219 118 retirees
- Downers Grove D99 96 retirees
- Consolidated HSD 230 (Carpentersville) 94 retirees
- New Trier D203 90 retirees
- Leyden D212 80 retirees
- Bremen CHSD 228 76 retirees
TOP 100 ALL-TIME “EDUCATION PENSIONS”:
Click to see TOP 100 Public Education Pensions
- In 2012, Lawrence Wyllie, Superintendent of Lincoln-Way set a new pension record: $24,155/month- nearly $300,000 per year.
See interactive map above for all 4,767 retirees over $100k.
TOP 100 2012 “EDUCATION SALARIES”:
Click to see the Top 100 Public Education Salaries
- 406 School Administrators Out-Earned Every Governor of the 50 States: The highest paid was Larry Fleming, Superintendent of Lincolnshire-Prairieview who cleaned off $374,302 and then retired on a $258,000 a year pension!
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