School-Based SLP Salaries Vary by School Type Speech-language pathologists who work in schools earn most in secondary and special day or residential schools. At a Glance
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School-Based SLP Salaries Vary by School Type
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At a Glance   |   September 01, 2016
School-Based SLP Salaries Vary by School Type
The ASHA Leader, September 2016, Vol. 21, 28. doi:10.1044/leader.AAG.21092016.28
The ASHA Leader, September 2016, Vol. 21, 28. doi:10.1044/leader.AAG.21092016.28
Most SLPs in schools (91 percent) are paid an academic year (9–10 month) salary, according to ASHA’s 2016 Schools Survey. The overall median academic year salary of school-based SLPs is $62,000, up from $61,000 in 2014 (a 2-percent increase). Salaries range from $59,539 for SLPs in preschools to $70,347 for those in secondary schools.
The remainder of school-based SLPs are paid a calendar year (11–12 month) salary. The overall median calendar year salary of school-based SLPs is $70,154, ranging from $60,000 for SLPs in elementary schools to $75,000 for those in special day or residential schools.

Median academic and calendar year salaries of school-based SLPs, by school type

Median academic and calendar year salaries of school-based SLPs, by school type

Median academic and calendar year salaries of school-based SLPs, by school type

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Median academic and calendar year salaries of school-based SLPs, by school type

Median academic and calendar year salaries of school-based SLPs, by school type

Median academic and calendar year salaries of school-based SLPs, by school type

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