NJ schools superintendents’ pay cap debated

Bob Jordan:

Gov. Chris Christie’s controversial salary cap on new contracts for New Jersey public school superintendents is on track to cut about 10 percent from the combined $100 million currently paid to school chiefs throughout the state.
The pay ceiling went into effect Feb. 7, despite challenges from a superintendents’ association, which says the cap will lead to massive turnover and discourage rising administrators from seeking the jobs.