Public Staff Reports
This report contains staff members who have an assignment identified as administrative. The report contains full-time equivalency (FTE) salary, fringe, days employed, and assignment information by hire agency, work agency, and staff member.
This report includes aggregate FTE for agencies that contract out and do not collect person specific information for Bus Drivers - Special Education, Bus Drivers, Plant Maintenance and Operational Personnel, and Cafeteria Workers.
This tool provides information about the data fields and elements that are displayed in the various reports.
This report contains information about the inequitable distribution of teachers in schools across Wisconsin. Each year, DPI identifies schools with high fractions of inexperienced or ineffective and out-of-field teachers teaching in schools that disproportionately serve economically disadvantaged students or students of color. For more information see: https://dpi.wi.gov/wi-equity-plan.
This report provides full-time equivalency (FTE) data based on ethnicity and gender for staff positions at the state and district level. The reports are separated by administrative positions (e.g., district administrator, principal, director of special education) or licensed positions (e.g., guidance counselor, school psychologist, teacher).
This report provides student-to-staff ratio data. Student data is based on enrollments as of the Third Friday of September and staff data is presented as full-time equivalency (FTE) by working agency and staff position classification. Also available is a downloadable report showing school-level FTE by course subject area for Teacher and Speech/Language Pathologist positions.
This report contains a district summary of staff members who have a position code indicating they are a classroom teacher (53-Teacher). The report provides data for public school districts and independent (2R) charter schools only and contains teacher low salary, high salary, average salary, average fringe, and average experience by district.