Rudy Crew becomes nation's highest-paid school administrator

September 1998
Jet;09/07/98, Vol. 94 Issue 15, p39
Reports that after New York Schools Chancellor Rudolph `Rudy' Crew received a raise he became the highest paid school administrator. Amount Crew's salary has increased to annually; Background information on Crew.


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