Kudos to regional superintendents who have decided to stay on the job, without paychecks, until a gubernatorial veto of funding for their offices is resolved.

Governor Pat Quinn cut $11.3 million when he signed the budget June 30, leaving  regional superintendents unpaid though their duties remain intact.

The General Assembly rejected Quinn’s proposal earlier this year to eliminate the regional superintendents’ jobs, then he removes their funding, arguing that they “can be funded from other state funds.”

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