In Midst of Central Office Raises, APS Can't Cool Schools

Finding money to pay themselves has never been an issue for APS central office administrators. Just this summer Superintendent Reedy received yet another raise, this one for just under $30k. Applying that same 11 percent raise to the 30 highest paid APS officials results in $403,902 in newfound salary for a district losing students and mired in underperformance.

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The Miseducation of Albuquerque Public Schools

When it comes to equity, cultural relevance, and academic rigor, APS sure talks a big game, making a lot of promises. APS leaders try to say all the right things while doing nearly none of them.

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