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Super-sized salaries

Hot market means top pay for school superintendents; still, job demands continue to grow

Malden's school superintendent, Joan Connolly, at Family Math Night at the Beebe School. The veteran educator's total compensation package was nearly $170,000 this year.
Malden's school superintendent, Joan Connolly, at Family Math Night at the Beebe School. The veteran educator's total compensation package was nearly $170,000 this year. (Patricia McDonnell for the Boston Globe) Patricia McDonnell for the Boston Globe
By Kathy McCabe
Globe Staff / February 11, 2007

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Malden's school superintendent, Joan A. Connolly, got a 24 percent raise over the last three years, boosting her total compensation to $169,579. (Full article: 1202 words)

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