Saturday, December 29, 2012

Connecticut superintendents get many perks in addition to salaries

By Viktoria Sundqvist
Middletown Press
Meal allowances, housing help, generous mileage reimbursements and bonuses of up to $30,000 a year are some perks Connecticut school superintendents get in addition to their annual salaries.
“It is important to treat superintendents in a manner consistent, as much as possible, with the treatment that chief executive officers receive in other fields,” said Joseph Cirasuolo, executive director of the Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents. “To do otherwise would make the task of finding qualified people who are interested in being superintendents even more difficult than it is at present.”

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