Well if it is a business, should we then compensate the employees as it were a private business? Should the CEO, i.e. Superintendent, be given performance bonuses? Incentive raises for meeting certain thresholds? I mean, what would a typical CEO be making in a $47 million private corporation? A lot more than the current Super makes I would imagine.<quoted text>
Wrongo again, its a business, the motivation does not matter.
It might be a service, but its a business.
It takes money in, it hires people, it expends its resources.
If suddenly they have no income, they are our of business. No one works long for free and no one services places that don't pay their bills for long.
If it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, looks like a duck, and smells like a duck, its probably a duck.
They are all a business.
And you have sullied your hands with the rest of us.
I believe you were asked before how much the employees should make and I don't believe you really gave an answer? What would you pay the CEO of a $47 million corporation? The VPs (i.e. Principals?)?