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Environmental Education Program Directors


Earnings vary for educational program directors depending upon the employer, the size of the budget, and the region. The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) reports that instructional coordinators (who develop curricula, select textbooks and other materials, train teachers, and make sure educational programs meet regulations and standards) had median annual incomes of $64,450 in May 2018, with salaries ranging from less than $36,360 for the lowest paid 10 percent to more than $102,200 for the top paid 10 percent. Those who worked for elementary and secondary schools averaged $71,600 per year, while those who worked for government agencies at the state level earned $74,080. Federally employed instructional coordinators earned higher incomes than those employed in other sectors: their annual income was $95,380.

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