Tuesday, September 18, 2012 at 2:57 PM
A recent issue of School Administrator magazine offers tips for school superintendents negotiating their employment contracts. They include:
If the board will agree only to an annual base salary below the market rate because of public perception, the board may be willing to put money in a tax-sheltered annuity.
Request the board pay the full premiums for a health insurance plan of the superintendent’s choice for family coverage and for additional life and disability insurance.
Also request the board pay the employer and employee portions into the state retirement system.
The unilateral termination by the board should include severance and benefits for at least a year after termination.
Read the full article.