Albuquerque schools superintendent gets extension

January 24, 2013 • State News

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — The superintendent of the Albuquerque public school district is getting a one-year extension on his employment contract.

The Albuquerque Journal ( ) [auth] reports that the extension approved by the school board Wednesday night means Winston Brooks’ contract now runs through June 2016.

Brooks has a three-year rolling contract, so the board considers annually whether to extend it.

Brooks has been Albuquerque’s school superintendent since 2008.

The contract extension doesn’t change his $256,000 annual salary but it says that he gets a raise of the same percentage of any across-the-board raise for teachers.

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