Given an opportunity, the governor declined to potshot any particular school super, some of whose salaries infamously run into the vicinity of $275,000 and above.From today's PolitickerNJ
"I'm not getting into a role call of outrageous contracts," he said.
Asked if he regrets aiming at teachers' salaries prior to the administrators, the governor said, "No. The real money is in the teachers' union. These numbers are flashier, but it's just a numbers game. We were always moving toward school superintendents."