School chiefs find way past pension law

Jul 7 2012

By Deirdre Fernandes, The Boston Globe

Still, said Michael Widmer, the president of the Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation, ­superintendents already ­receive generous state pensions because of their high salaries. The cost to taxpayers of the new superintendents contracts may not be significant, since the number of superintendents is limited, but the appearance is of an “end run” around pension reform efforts, Widmer said.
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