The case of the New Jersey charter school chef who received a nearly 34% bump in salary over one year has sprouted new details that include the payment of a $151,000 charge to change contract management companies, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer. Chef Michele Pastorello of LEAP Academy University Charter School in Camden saw his salary increase from $71,000 to $95,000 this year, coincident with a change in management companies from Aramark to Metz Culinary Services. The school, which ...
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