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PODCAST: Education Experts Raise Questions About CCRI Spending

Friday, December 06, 2013

 

The recent GoLocal investigation into finances at the Community College of Rhode Island has prompted reactions from both the student community at the two-year college -- as well as taxpayer groups in the state, and commentary from national education experts on the state of spending at colleges across the country.


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2006

Total Compensation: $259,988.52

Salary: $180,000
 
State Health - Employer Contribution: $4,889.52
 
Employer Retirement Contributions (403)b: $16,200
 
Employer Retirement Contributions (401)a: $20,000
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2007

Total Compensation: $270,621.86

Salary: $184,500
 
State Health - Employer Contribution: $10,077.86
 
Employer Retirement Contributions (403)b: $16,605
 
Employer Retirement Contributions (401)a: $20,000
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2008

Total Compensation: $287,723.22

Salary: $197,000
 
State Health - Employer Contribution: $10,364.22
 
Employer Retirement Contributions (403)b: $17,730
 
Employer Retirement Contributions (401)a: $20,000
 
Moving Expenses: $3,008
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2009

Total Compensation: $286,190.70

Salary: $202,910
 
State Health - Employer Contribution: $5,033.70
 
Employer Retirement Contributions (403)b: $18,262
 
Employer Retirement Contributions (401)a: $20,000
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2010

Total Compensation: $374,336.24

Salary: $265,000
 
State Health - Employer Contribution: $11,283.24
 
Employer Retirement Contributions (403)b: $23,850
 
Employer Retirement Contributions (401)a: $32,000
 
Term Life Insurance Policy Employer Paid: $2,024
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2011

Total Compensation: $374,631.43

Salary: $265,000
 
State Health - Employer Contribution: $11,722.43
 
Employer Retirement Contributions (403)b: $23,850
 
Employer Retirement Contributions (401)a: $32,000
 
Term Life Insurance Policy Employer Paid: $1,515
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2012

Total Compensation: $375,614.55

Salary: $265,000
 
State Health - Employer Contribution: $12,340.55
 
Employer Retirement Contributions (403)b: $23,850
 
Employer Retirement Contributions (401)a: $32,000
 
Term Life Insurance Policy Employer Paid: $1,515
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2013

Total Compensation: $376,733.38

Salary: $265,000
 
State Health - Employer Contribution: $12,912.38
 
Employer Retirement Contributions (403)b: $23,850
 
Employer Retirement Contributions (401)a: $32,000
 
Term Life Insurance Policy Employer Paid: $1,515
 
 

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