Khurshid Abdul-Mutakabbir, who was removed as principal of a New York City High School last July for using fraudulent schemes to boost his school’s graduation rate can never again work with city students — but will get a $1.8 million desk job.
Subsequently, the City awarded him a seven-year sinecure worth almost $260,000 annually not counting step-raises, a pension, and lifetime health insurance.
I think that there is a law making it illegal for the government to pay out money except when it receives in return something comparable value.
I admit that how much is comparable value can be subjective.
I think that the present arrangement should shock the conscience.
How can I stop it?