It Pays to Lead the College Board

August 26, 2011

Gaston Caperton's compensation package at the College Board in 2009 was $1.3 million, triple what he earned in 1999, Bloomberg reported. The article noted that Caperton earns more than the presidents of most colleges and universities. The article also noted other well paid officials associated with the (nonprofit) testing industry. For instance, both ACT and the Educational Testing Service pay board members, an unusual practice for nonprofit organizations.

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