Seattle Public Schools Chief John Stanford refuses $500,000 incentive bonus

February 1998
Jet;02/16/98, Vol. 93 Issue 12, p24
Reports on circumstances surrounding Seattle schools Superintendent John Stanford's refusal of a $500,000 incentive bonus. His fears it would divide him from teachers and principals; His belief that the money would be better used in the school system.


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