Could leaders of N.J. private special-education schools face pay cap?

08/20/2010 | Education Week

New Jersey is considering implementing caps on the salaries of its school superintendents, which could also be applied to the leaders of private special-education schools, education blogger Christina Samuels writes in this post. Samuels cites data from a recent newspaper article showing that more than 60 heads of private special-education schools have salaries higher than the proposed cap of $175,000 a year -- the current salary of the state's governor.

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