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|Thursday, December 08, 2011|
The widening economic gap between Wall Street and Main Street is reaching the campuses of private higher education, according to a study by The Chronicle of Higher Education.
The Chronicle analyzed the salaries of 519 private college presidents, including seven in Oregon, and found the median total compensation was $385,909 in the 2009-10 school year. It also reported this week that it found 36 presidents who earned more than $1 million.
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