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School administrators paid big during yearlong leaves

Megan Twohey of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel used university documents to show that "the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee has paid four former administrators more than $600,000 in taxpayer dollars for yearlong leaves granted after their resignations." The college does not track what officials granted such leaves do during that time, when typically they are preparing to resume teaching or research.

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