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Contract extension expected for Miami-Dade superintendent

While the superintendent of the nation's fifth-largest district is preparing to leave his job, the superintendent of the fourth-largest district is expected to get a long-term contract extension. The Miami Herald reports that the Miami-Dade School Board is likely to vote next week on a proposal to extend Alberto Carvalho’s contract an additional five years to 2020, and to overhaul his salary, which has stood at $275,000 since he was promoted to superintendent in late 2008 s Superintendent may parlay a successful year into a long-term contract extension and a new salary based on his “fair market value.” When School Board members meet next week, they will likely , . Board Chairwoman Perla Tabares Hantman is tasked with negotiating the new deal.

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