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PAY: How Soon Until Superintendents Start Forgoing Pay, Too?

Business executives started the trend of forgoing some of their pay.  Then university administrators joined in, according to this article (More School Presidents Forgo Some Pay).  How soon until some of the highly-paid district superintendents start offering to return some of their pay and bonuses?  No one's sure.  One of the most obvious candidates -- LA's embattled David Brewer -- not only wants to keep his $300K salary but he wants the board to buy him out if they terminate his contract early. 

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It's already happened. Rudy Crew passed on his performance bonus this summer in response to the budget crisis that led to his ill-considered ouster. That was prior to the guy at Goldman turning his down.

It's already happened. Rudy Crew passed on his performance bonus this summer in response to the budget crisis that led to his ill-considered ouster in Miami. That was prior to the guy at Goldman turning his down.

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