- Some of the WORST performing school districts pay education bureaucrats the HIGHEST salaries.
- Capping all School District Superintendent pay below what the Governor earns would produce taxpayer savings of $2 million a year, enough to pay for 50 additional teachers.
For years, we have been told that poor education outcomes were a consequence of underfunding. So how come there is enough money to pay soaring salaries to bureaucrats?
The Fat Cat report suggests that the problem is a chronic lack of public accountability – which explains more soaring salaries and poor education standards.
Our report makes a series of recommendations to ensure meaningful oversight of public sector bosses. READ OUR FAT CAT REPORT HERE.