Paterson School Chief makes $300K
It’s all for the children, I’m sure:
Federal tax records show a preschool and child-care agency here mainly funded by government pays its top executive more than $300,000 a year […]
The report said Ron Williams, executive director of the B.J. Wilkerson Memorial Child Development Center, which serves about 350 children, has his pay set by the center’s board. Its $4.3 million in revenue in 2008 included $4.2 million in government funds and the remainder from tuition and donations.
As always, remember stories like this when the our state’s public education system cries poverty, that they can’t get enough of New Jersey’s middle class tax dollars.
Keep in mind also, that the average NJ family makes $70,000 a year.