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Whose Raises were Cut from the School Budget?

A clarification.

Last week, I reported that the School Committee cut $1.89 million from Superintendent Judith Lundsten's proposed budget by slashing raises.

The story suggested that the raises were for administrators. While some of the money would have gone to non-certified administrators and central office administrators, they weren't the only employees slated to get a pay bump.

Here's who would have gotten raises and the total amount of their share of the $1.89 million. The figures include raises and the resulting increases in pension costs, according to Cranston Public Schools Chief Operating Officer Ray Votto.

Teachers — $1,661,350

Teacher Assistants — $65,775

Technical Assistants — $4,441

Bus Drivers — $40,136

Certified Administrators — $84,034

Non-certified Administrators — $21,806

Central Office Administrators — $17,671

Bob February 20, 2013 at 03:41 PM
The only one on that list I would even consider a raise would have been the bus drivers, No "do nothing" Administrator deserves or even needs a raise, nor do the rest of them...case freakin closed.... Next story !!!!!
Anne February 20, 2013 at 05:57 PM
Bob you must be a bus driver.


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