Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Texas and Compensation for APR

Recently the University of Texas has fired an employee (Davis) whose "... sole responsibility was overseeing the football team’s academic affairs", even though Texas was only one of two teams to post perfect (APR = 1000) scores in football.  At the same time Texas head football coach will receive a bonus of $75,000 if Texas is in the top 10% of football APR, which since it is over a four year period, is most likely to take place.

So, is this bonus an incentive or just a hidden means of lowering the coaches base contract while increasing their overall pay?

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