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Thanks, but no

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March

Hernando County's first choice for its new schools superintendent, Henry LaCava of Broward County, wanted the job but not the pay cut. He makes $155,000 in his current post, while the top advertised salary for Hernando's superintendency was $125,000. So LaCava turned down the offer. The board turned quickly to its second-ranked candidate, Wayne Alexander, director of school operations and human resources for New London, Conn., schools. Alexander reportedly is happy to negotiate within the posted pay range. For more, click here.

[Last modified: Tuesday, May 25, 2010 9:15am]

    

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