Saturday, January 19, 2008

Is Metro Nashville More Conservative With Taxpayer Dollars Than Knox Schools?

The Metro Nashville Davidson County School Board this afternoon at 4:30 p.m. Central time gave Director Pedro Garcia $216,000 in compensation for his departure as the school systems head. The amount is equal to one year of salary.

Last year, former Director of Knox County Schools received a package priced over $400,000 in total salary and benefits. He is still an active employee of the board until the Knox County Board names a new Superintendent.

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