A new teacher in a Broward County school district has earned more than $8 million in salary from the state’s school system.
Teacher David Cason is also working for a school district in New Orleans.
He’s the director of education services at the Broward School District.
Cason was hired in March 2017.
The Broward school system has about 2,000 students.
According to the state, Cason earned $1.8 million for his work in 2015-2016, which includes $400,000 in bonus and $250,000 from the State Department of Education.
He also worked as a consultant for the school system, which was funded by a $1 billion grant from the US Department of Justice.
A spokeswoman for Broward Schools, Mary Ann Lissauer-Lee, said the school district does not comment on individual personnel matters.
In 2016, Caxson was awarded a $100,000 contract from the Department of Labor and Industries, which is funded by the state.
At the time, the Department said the contract was part of an agreement with the State to hire a full-time, paid-for staff.
“I’m a public school teacher and I love teaching,” Caxonsaid.
“I am passionate about education and this contract is a reflection of that.”
The contract allows the school board to pay Caxion the $1,000 bonus.
As of Monday, he was making $8,000 per month.
That’s about $5,400 a month, according to a spokeswoman for the state Department of Human Services.
There are other ways to make money, according and the source of the money is unclear.
Another source told National Review that Cason’s salary is part of the deal, though it’s not clear who’s paying him.
Other sources have suggested that Caxs is working for the New Orleans Department of Finance.
The source also said Caxon earned $3.2 million in bonuses from the school.
Some of the salary was paid to him through a bonus system, but not all, according the source.
Several sources have told National Magazine that Coxon was a high school teacher, as well as a teacher at a local charter school, which does not have to meet the state education standards.
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