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For the second straight year, the chief executives of 36 private U.S. colleges or universities earned more than $1 million in 2010, according to an annual study by the Chronicle of Higher Education.
“The reality is that the highest-paid presidents are often serving institutions that have great fund-raising success,” Stripling said. “It’s not uncommon to hear board members say that they’re getting an incredible return on their investment. And there’s little question that on most campuses, the president is the fund-raiser-in-chief.”
Why not just pay them commission and stop pretending they are educators?
The findings for public colleges are released in the spring.