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Superintendent Claudia L. Bach (left) at the Andover School Committee meeting on Tuesday. She makes $166,419, including a retirement benefit and an annual bonus for job longevity. In the past, she says, she’s turned down perks.

Perks climb for region's school chiefs

Salary, extras worth average of $147,500

By James Vaznis and Matt Carroll
Globe Staff / February 11, 2007

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School committees across Eastern Massachusetts have used a variety of perks, including automobiles and bonuses for job longevity, to quietly boost superintendents' pay in recent years. (Full article: 1470 words)

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