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High-Priced Help

June 18, 1989

It was incredible to read in S. J. Diamond's May 26 column, "Teachers' Strike Left Consumers Feeling Helpless," that the chauffeur for the superintendent of schools makes $91,000 a year. Not bad, not bad at all when compared to the teacher's salary range of $23,000 to $43,000 quoted in the article.

What a squandering of public money! There will surely come a day when the public will demand changes in the entire educational system, which is apparently top heavy with highly paid administrators.

JOHN A. PARKIN

Santa Monica

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