The Central Bucks School District parted ways with its superintendent Wednesday, giving him the kind of costly severance package that will soon disappear in Pennsylvania.
Rodney Green ran the district for nine months of his four-year contract at an annual salary of $225,000. He will get $365,000 and one year of health insurance for leaving.
Green's contract was signed in July 2012, just months before a state law took effect that caps superintendent severance packages.
Act 82 was spawned in part by the $905,000 buyout package that Philadelphia Superintendent Arlene C. Ackerman received in 2011.