Former D.C. superintendent gets $275,000 settlement

Sept. 21, 2007
Janey was ousted when mayor gained control of schools.

Former Washington, D.C., school superintendent Clifford B. Janey, who lost his job in Mayor Adrian M. Fenty's takeover of the schools this year, will receive a $275,000 payment as part of a settlement. After initially refusing to disclose the terms of the settlement, District officials say the city also will pay Janey $13,000 in retirement benefits for his first year on the job, plus an additional amount of retirement money to be calculated based on two more years of service.
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EARLIER: Washington, D.C., has reached a financial settlement with former school superintendent Clifford B. Janey, who lost his job in June when Mayor Adrian M. Fenty took over the schools.
Click here to read The Washington Post article.

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