A $24,000 salary raise given to the executive chef of a New Jersey charter school is raising eyebrows, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer. Michele Pastorello saw his salary rise to $95,000 this school year for overseeing the dining program at the LEAP Academy University Charter School in Camden, which has an enrollment of about a thousand. The salary figure for Pastorello considerably exceeds that of similar titles in surrounding districts, even those with enrollments many times that of ...
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