6 p.m. update:
The vote to endorse William R. Hite Jr.'s contract passed unanimously. Hite will start Oct. 1, and the contract runs through 2017. Hite will make $300,000 as superintendent.
Thomas Knudsen's contract extension passed unanimously. Knudsen will be paid $25,000 monthly and then $22,500 monthly once Hite starts. He will work through Nov. 23.
Knudsen will continue as chief recovery officer until Hite starts. Then Knudsen will be acting CRO and CFO.
There were no speakers at the meeting, which was adjourned after 10 minutes.
The Philadelphia School Reform Commission meets tonight to approve a contract for William R. Hite Jr., the incoming city school superintendent. It's also expected to extend the contract of Thomas Knudsen, the current Chief Recovery Officer, who will stay for a few months during Hite's transition.
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