The country is at 9.1 percent unemployment. Well paying jobs have evaporated. However, judging by recent non-teaching job appointments of $92,000 and $80,000 the Board of Education and school administrators have demonstrated their failure to grasp the concept of cutting salaries, not spending more.
In April, voters in Secaucus voted down the school budget by 500 votes. Clearly this vote meant "cut back on spending." Quite obviously this message has fallen on deaf ears. Perhaps the "educational administration" of Secaucus needs an education themselves. And, incidentally, if these exorbitant salaries are really necessary, it might have been nice to advertise in local newspapers so out of work town residents could apply for the jobs.