|Arlene C. Ackerman, Ed Week credit|
"... a lump-sum buyout of $905,000 with health, dental, vision, and prescription-drug benefits through June 2013, as well as up to $6,000 toward a $500,000 life-insurance policy through June 2013."Williams, Buffalo Superintendent of Schools got a better deal less money, (a mere $110,000, including $8,000 vacation days, and a $10,000 consulting fee) but received life's-time health care benefits while Ackerman's only runs through June 2013.
Ackerman operated a public relations team paid through district funds to promote and protect her image at the tune of $440,000.
Interestingly, Arlene Ackerman was a board member of the Broad foundation and she vigoursly defended charter schools. So Ackerman is another "broad" Foundation ally gone awry ousted from an urban school district.