From The Nerve:
Many teachers move into administration to earn more money. For at least one administrator, though, getting back into teaching has proven no less lucrative.
Lee Bollman went from being the chief instructional services officer of Lexington/Richland School District 5 in 2008-09 to splitting time teaching science at a pair of district schools this year.
But he’s still pulling in an administrator’s salary despite the reduction in responsibilities.
In fact, Bollman may be the best-paid science teacher in all South Carolina, earning $136,128 annually, according to the S.C. Midlands Salary Database. In addition, his benefits equal 28% of his salary, meaning Bollman’s total compensation is nearly $174,250.
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Lexington/Richland 5: Home of the $136K Teacher