Miami-Dade Schools Superintendent Rudy Crew and the School Board agreed to part ways Wednesday, ending Crew's tenure at the helm of the nation's fourth largest school district.
To buyout Crew's contract, the board will pay the schools chief a lump sum of $297,000. It will also provide Crew with health, disability and insurance benefits for two years and will contribute to his retirement.
The total severance package will cost the district $368,000, board Chairman Agustin Barrera said.
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