School board looks for new director

Tuesday, January 16, 2001 at 1:00am

As the Metro School Board begins its search for a new director of schools, board members are saying the position will need a $50,000 salary increase to be comparable to what similar cities across the nation offer.

Even though the pay increase would represent only a drop in the bucket of the $400 million schools budget, it is a reminder of the financial woes that school board officials face and why whispers of a tax hike earmarked for education is expected to get louder as Nashville gets closer to setting next fiscal year

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