Rights and wrongs of university pay points 2

March 20, 2008

The correct salary figure for Geoff Whitty, director of the Institute of Education, should be £193,826. This excludes a refund of pension contributions made following an earlier overpayment of pension on the director's part. The increase in 2006-07, therefore, brought the director's salary back into line with that of the heads of comparable institutions.

Tania Rhodes-Taylor, Head of marketing and communications, Institute of Education.

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