News in Brief: A National Roundup
Car Stipends Under Review
The superintendent of schools in Dallas has proposed the elimination of nearly all district car stipends, after The Dallas Morning News found that the 160,000-student district spends nearly $3.7 million a year on such stipends for more than 2,300 employees. Superintendent Michael Hinojosa’s proposal, announced Nov. 29, would take effect Sept. 1 and would limit the number of employees receiving the stipends to 53 central-office administrators, reducing the cost annually to $224,201.
Vol. 25, Issue 14, Page 5Published in Print: December 7, 2005, as Car Stipends Under Review