A Suspect Salary and a Suspect Raise

NO SUPERINTENDENT SHOULD BE PAID MORE THAN THE COMPARATIVE RATE OF THE TEACHERS AND OTHER WORKERS

According to reports, 21 counties in West Virginia pay teachers on average more than in Monongalia County.

Meanwhile, only 4 counties pay their superintendent more than in Monongalia County, and due to the superintendent’s recent pay raise only 1 county will be paying its superintendent more.

Why?

What justifies the superintendent in Monongalia County making more in comparison to superintendents in other counties than the teachers (and other workers) make in comparison to other counties?

Is the superintendent’s record so very stellar? Hardly.

The question must be asked: Is the superintendent paid so highly to keep teachers’ salaries down?

Is the superintendent paid so highly to keep the public shut out, misinformed, and its will pushed aside?

AFT rally today.

One Response to “A Suspect Salary and a Suspect Raise”

  1. Lamont Sanford Says:

    Why is it there is a director of transportation making 86k a year and the drivers hardly make 20k? Could it be it’s the supers right hand man? I hope there’s an audit and they put the money were it needs to go! Towards the students and not towards administrations pocket!


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