FORT LAUDERDALE, FL — A former janitor who occasionally teaches cleaning courses will have his pay docked to reduce his outrageous salary, according to the Sun Sentinel.
Reynolds Hedland III, a former Broward School District custodian, will still be one of the highest paid teachers in the district, even after the pay cut, the article stated.
According to the article, Hedland will be paid one hour less a day, or roughly $12,000 a year.
However, according to his contract, if Hedland teaches for six hours a day, he will be entitled to that ninth hour of pay, the article noted.
What isn''t clear is what else Hedland could be qualified to teach, while he is certified through the district for vocational education, the former janitor has no college degree or state teaching certificate, the article added.
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