Hudson cuts teacher pay 6 percent

HUDSON, Mich. – The Hudson school board has implemented a 6 percent pay reduction for teachers as contract negotiations there continue, according to The (Adrian) Daily Telegram.

Hudson has the highest average teacher salaries in Lenawee County, at $69,318, The Telegram reported. Superintendent Mike Osborne, who also took a 6 percent cut, said the move would save the district $148,000 next year, according to The Telegram.
SOURCE: The (Adrian Daily Telegram), “Hudson schools in pay dispute after district imposes 6 percent cut,” June 17, 2012

FURTHER READING: Michigan Education Report, “Districts May Share Superintendent," March 6, 2010