Broward Schools Give Big Raises To Administrators

Sep 28, 2018

The Broward County School District gave 11 district administrators big raises last school year, and then warned the public it was short on money.

The raises ranged from 7 percent to 21 percent, well above the 2.2 percent increases approved for most district employees. None of the 11 employees received promotions but continued to work in their same jobs. District officials said the raises were given to ensure employees received competitive pay so they would stay in the district.

The employees include:

— Jeff Moquin, chief of staff for Superintendent Robert Runcie, received a 12 percent raise. His salary increased from $168,979 to $189,966.

Read the whole list at the Sun Sentinel.