Sunday, February 3, 2008

School superintendent searches in MA competitive

With superintendent searches, turnover likely means big bucks

By By Aaron Wasserman, Daily News staff

Turnover among school superintendents appears to be at an all-time high statewide, escalating their pay packages, says an adviser to many school districts searching for new superintendents.


From the article:

Franklin Chairman Jeffrey N. Roy said the committee decided to include the $4,200 when negotiating with Ogden two years ago because "our superintendent comes from Duxbury and that was an additional enticement to get him to come."

"To attract people to this job, you've got to be competitive," Roy said.

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