Questions raised about charter school chef's raise
CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) — Questions are being raised about a $24,000 raise given to the executive chef at a southern New Jersey charter school who is also the live-in boyfriend of the school's founder.
The Philadelphia Inquirer (http://bit.ly/Vr4Dls) reports Michele Pastorello will make $95,000 this year for his work at the 1,000-student Camden LEAP Academy University Charter School. He got $71,000 last year, an amount analysts say is well above the going...
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