Superintendent pay rises quickly in wealthy districts with salary cap gone

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Many of New Jersey’s small, wealthy school districts gave generous raises to their superintendents since the state eliminated its salary cap in 2019, while statewide average pay increases remained moderate, an analysis of new state Department of Education data shows. NJ Advance Media analyzed available base salaries for superintendents who led the same district in the school years since the $191,584 cap on salaries was lifted. In a third of those districts, superintendents received raises of 25% or more, while the average school superintendent in that group received a 13% pay raise. Former Gov…

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