Published Online: December 7, 2010
Published in Print: December 8, 2010, as Full-Time Board for San Francisco?

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Full-Time Board for San Francisco?

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Four San Francisco supervisors are proposing turning the city's school board positions into full-time jobs, with health benefits, pensions, and a salary of $50,000. The city's seven school board members currently get a $500 stipend, shared use of a district car, and a life insurance policy, but no salary. The measure, which would require approval from city voters, would cost about $400,000.





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