Superintendents: then and now
From Jim Stalker
In the old days, a superintendent was hired to run a school system. He was hired to keep the books, hire the teachers, and pay the bills. He could hire a secretary to help him with these duties. He was paid a salary, and probably given a couple of memberships, and that was it, end of story.
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