She’s getting a better job as Executive Director.
Cavall was one of the Board members who pleaded guilty of accepting reimbursement for a campaign donation.
That’s a first degree misdemeanor worth a fine and jail time.
She got a year’s probation instead.
I’m not convinced that Cavall understood that the reimbursement was illegal.
But then ignorance of the law is no excuse, as you’d hear from many a lawyer and judges.
But according to official documents, Cavall was one of the highest paid Board members of the union.
Not only $112,000 in salary (as of 2010) but $7,150 in “allowances” and almost $25,000 in “free” pension contribution.
Benefits no teacher can get, let alone know about.
When it comes to the union, it’s more like the 1% leading the 99% by the nose.
So what else is new?