N.J.'s 25 highest paid superintendents, up to $297K

TRENTON — More than 20 New Jersey school superintendents made more than $200,000 in base pay last school year, despite a state salary cap aimed at reining in administrative salaries, according to new state data. 

The 2016-17 school year was the final year under Gov. Chris Christie’s initial superintendent salary cap, which limited pay for most superintendents to no more than $175,000. 

A revised cap that went into effect in May raised that bar to about $191,500 with incentives to earn more if school chiefs stay in the same district.

However, some superintendents are already earning well-beyond the cap in base pay alone. …read more

Source: NJ.com Monmouth

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