Skip to comments.Wealth of Washington Principals
Posted on 02/25/2008 8:00:06 AM PST by bs9021
Wealth of Washington Principals by: Deborah Lambert, February 25, 2008
You can't blame Washington, D.C.s newbie Mayor Adrian Fenty for wanting to overhaul the citys underperforming public school system. But regardless of whether his plan succeeds or fails, the average annual compensation package for each D.C. area school superintendent will run well over $350,000 per year, according to The Washington Post.
In Montgomery County, Maryland, the $242,686 salary paid this year to School Superintendent Jerry D. Weast represents not quite half of a total compensation package valued at $489,763. John E. Deasy in Prince Georges County will receive $424,080 in total compensation, with less than two-thirds coming from salary..
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And, school principals sit on both sides of the table when it comes to negotiating salaries.
Could someone please remind me again of the essential or defining distinction between the “public sector” and organized crime?
Apart from the moral sanction of the victims, I mean.
As John Taylor Gatto said, public schools are just another jobs project of the unions.
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