Superintendent's contract

Number 26481
Subject Education
Source Medina Gazette
State Ohio
Year 2013
Publication Date March 5, 16, 19, 23, 25, 27, 30; April 3, 4, 2013
Summary The Gazette’s investigation into contacts awarded the superintendent of Medina City Schools revealed unprecedented benefits, including the payment of more than a quarter million dollars in educational expenses that included college debts more than a decade old. The lucrative contract provisions remained hidden from the public because of the failure of the school board to properly publicize the contracts, in violation of Ohio’s Sunshine Law. They educational payment also escaped public notice because they were made from a county fund that was not included in the school district’s financial reports or annual audits.
Category Contest Entry
Keywords Medina City schools; Ohio; Sunshine law
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