Who starts publicly funded, private sector corporate charter schools that take money from public schools? To discover the answer learn how much the owner/CEO pays themselves and Nothing but GREED becomes the truth.
I’ll point you to two sources on this hot tip: Washington City Paper and Curmudgucation, which can point you to other sources as well.
In general, the heads of charter schools – who receive lots of tax dollars but who don’t have to let the public know how they are using those funds, not even through FOIA requests – make a LOT of money, much more than a mere principal or superintendent, even though they are in charge of WAY fewer students or staff.
Charter school teachers? They often don’t earn even as much as their public-school colleagues.
I’m cutting and pasting the WCP article, and also suggest you read Peter Greene’s post at Curmudgucation.
D.C. Charter Administrators Have Some of the Highest School Salaries in Town; Their Teachers, Some of the Lowest
The head of Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School made $541,000 in 2017.
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Susan Lee Schwartz
February 8, 2019 at 11:03
I posted the Peter Greene post at OEN https://www.opednews.com/Quicklink/Charter-Administrators-Hav-in-Best_Web_OpEds-Charter-Schools_Educational-Crisis_For-profit-Education_Money-190208-654.html#comment724583https://www.opednews.com/Quicklink/Charter-Administrators-Hav-in-Best_Web_OpEds-Charter-Schools_Educational-Crisis_For-profit-Education_Money-190208-654.html#comment724583