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Boston's bill to land the right school boss hits $1.4M. and counting

29 days ago   |   By Boston Herald

The city's seemingly never-ending search for the right school boss has racked up a $1.4 million bill over recent years, according to a Herald payroll analysis.
Letting Superintendent Brenda Cassellius go before her contract is up will cost taxpayers $314,000 for her exit fee. She earned $306,415 for the calendar year 2021.
She heads out of town as of June 30.
A search firm is billing Boston $75,000 to help recruit her replacement and an interim superintendent will probably be needed until the right person is found, officials say.
The last interim superintendent - Laura Perille - earned...
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