PJ Neal

Thoughts from a more-than-occasional writer

We Need a More Comprehensive Study of Presidential Pay [Chronicle of Higher Education]

Your article, “39 Private-College Leaders Earn More Than $1 Million,” (The Chronicle, December 4) states, “The average pay of private-college leaders, including those who served partial years, was $489,927 in 2014.” That’s a jaw-dropping number. It’s also clearly an inaccurate statement.

Read my full letter to the editor of the Chronicle of Higher Education.