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March 24, 2015

Kanawha Schools Superintendent Gets Good Grade, Raise May Be Ahead

Charleston Gazette – After meeting in closed session for more than an hour Monday, Kanawha County school board members said they had given their superintendent a positive annual evaluation – and one member said the others favor of a raise. Read

Superintendent Ron Duerring — who makes $157,500 per year and has been superintendent for 17 years — said a one-year renewal of his contract, plus any possible salary changes, could be approved next month.

He said there’s no specific score on the evaluations.

“It was a good evaluation,” Duerring said. “I think it was an honest, very thoughtful evaluation that we went through, and I’m pleased.”

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