San Francisco considers full-time school board

Associated Press

Several San Francisco supervisors are proposing making members of the city’s school board full-time workers with health benefits, a pension and salary of $50,000 each.
The San Francisco Chronicle reports that the four supervisors have put forth an amendment to the City Charter that would change the position from what is currently largely a volunteer job.
San Francisco’s seven school board members get a $500 stipend, shared use of a district car and a life insurance policy, but no salary.