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Poll: Should superintendents accept raises?

Long Island's highest-paid schools chief -- whose salary Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo cited as an example of wasteful school spending -- got a raise to $405,244 in base salary before the start of this school year.

Syosset Superintendent Carole Hankin's $18,376 raise, approved last June, was not widely known until it appeared recently on the state Education Department's website, prompting some residents to complain they were misled.

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