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Regional Superintendents of schools continue to work without pay in the state of Illinois and this has begun to make school districts worrisome of what this may mean to local school district budgets each year.

At Monday night’s Taylorville School Board of Education meeting, Dr. Gregg Fuerstenau, Taylorville School’s superintendent, explained that in addition to worry about regional superintendents, schools are also going to have send board members back to test for their recertification.

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Fuerstenau adds that being recertified is important for all district members.

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Sources say they expect the Illinois General Assembly to vote on the regional superintendents pay this fall veto session.

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