Special education school administrators fear pay changes

A state plan to tie school administrator salaries to enrollment has created some uneasiness at private special education schools.Special education schools like The Eden Institute

TRENTON - A state plan to tie school administrator salaries to enrollment has created some uneasiness at private special education schools.

Special education schools like The Eden Institute in Princeton have small classes of 100-150 students. If administrator pay is tied to enrollment, some staff members could see their salaries greatly reduced.

The Department of Education says it is still working on guidelines for school administrators and should have them finished next month.

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