Lebanon Reporter

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December 21, 2013

No pay increases given to superintendent or administrators in Lebanon schools

Contracts for the superintendent of Lebanon Community School Corporation and all administrators were approved by the board of trustees at Tuesday’s meeting, but not without some controversy.

Sharon Wright, a leader of the Lebanon Classroom Teachers Association, addressed the board, defending an informational graph she had presented to the administrators last week. The graph shows what appears to be a roughly $32,500 raise for Superintendent Dr. Robert Taylor next year. Wright shared with the board that she went over the graph very carefully and stood by the information she presented, except for a small $1 error she discovered.

For more of the story, see Saturday's Lebanon Reporter.

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