Alicia Thompson, the new superintendent of Wichita public schools, will earn more than her predecessor, John Allison, earned.
Alicia Thompson, the new superintendent of Wichita public schools, will earn more than her predecessor, John Allison, earned. File photo
Alicia Thompson, the new superintendent of Wichita public schools, will earn more than her predecessor, John Allison, earned. File photo

New Wichita superintendent’s base salary $240,000 per year

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