Florida Inspector General Melinda Miguel recommended in a report issued Monday that parameters be established for college presidents’ pay, leave benefits and expectations for performance.
Miguel said in the report — prompted in part by the $1 million exit contract given to former Florida State College at Jacksonville president Steve Wallace — that compensation varied tremendously among the 28 state colleges in the system of state and community colleges. The presidents’ pay ranged from $143,000 to $630,000, Miguel wrote, and she called for college boards to work together to “jointly establish the parameters upon which the presidents’ total compensation is determined, document the factors upon which compensation is based and standardize this methodology across state colleges.”

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