Thursday, July 6, 2006
Wellesley Schools Superintendent Matthew King has announced he will retire his post after the 2006-2007 school year.
King, who has led the Wellesley system since 1996, tells GlobeWest reporter Missy Ryan that he hopes to continue coaching senior administrators and write a book about education.
King, 58, was recently awarded a 10 percent pay raise -- to $185,360 in salary and annuities -- by the Wellesley School Committee, which was aware of his decision to resign next June.
Read more in this Sunday's editions of Globe West