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Top educator to get big raise

A House bill sets the superintendent's salary cap $100,000 above its current level

By Nanea Kalani

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 02, 2014

~~<p>A proposed $100,000 increase in the potential salary for the Department of Education's top position is making its way through the Legislature.</p>
<p>The state House Education Committee voted unanimously last week to advance a bill that would raise the cap on the salary for the school superintendent to $250,000 from $150,000. The current cap was set by lawmakers in 2001.</p>
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A proposed $100,000 increase in the potential salary for the Department of Education's top position is making its way through the Legislature.

The state House Education Committee voted unanimously last week to advance a bill that would raise the cap on the salary for the school superintendent to $250,000 from $150,000. The current cap was set by lawmakers in 2001. Login for more...



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