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Pay raise overdue for superintendent


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Sep 23, 2013

~~<p>Now that the Board of Education has approved the first raises in seven years for executives in Hawaii's Department of Education, attention naturally turns to the status of the public school system's chief executive, whose salary remains frozen by state law.</p>
<p>In approving one-time raises for 15 complex-area superintendents, six assistant superintendents and one deputy superintendent, BOE Chairman Don Horner stressed that the educational leaders were being rewarded for their performance. As he put it: &quot;The board is appreciative of the dedication and accomplishment of the management team. The salary adjustments reflect their excellent progress in executing (the DOE's) strategic plan.&quot;</p>
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Now that the Board of Education has approved the first raises in seven years for executives in Hawaii's Department of Education, attention naturally turns to the status of the public school system's chief executive, whose salary remains frozen by state law.

In approving one-time raises for 15 complex-area superintendents, six assistant superintendents and one deputy superintendent, BOE Chairman Don Horner stressed that the educational leaders were being rewarded for their performance. As he put it: "The board is appreciative of the dedication and accomplishment of the management team. The salary adjustments reflect their excellent progress in executing (the DOE's) strategic plan." Login for more...



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