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Kaler: End special paid leaves at U

Special paid leaves tailored for University of Minnesota administrators who return to teaching at their higher administrative pay would end under a recommendation made Monday by President Eric Kaler's staff. Instead, administrators returning to the faculty could take traditional sabbaticals, less generous in pay and length.
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Special paid leaves tailored for University of Minnesota administrators who return to teaching at their higher administrative pay would end under a recommendation made Monday by President Eric Kaler's staff. Instead, administrators returning to the faculty could take traditional sabbaticals, less generous in pay and length.

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