He’d committed to visiting the Richmond Slave Trail in his first 100 days, and now, with his wife and two sons, he stood on the historic site. Despite the progress made, Kamras said the district still has work to do. Richmond Schools Superintendent Jason Kamras also responded to the budget announcement. The amounts are smaller than those in Washington; the maximum possible bonus last year was $11,330. Richmond Superintendent Kamras has a $250,000 salary; Fairfax Superintendent Scott Brayband is paid $311,526. The budget is roughly $24 million less than the district hoped, but includes a 2 percent raise for teachers and staff, plus a 1.17 percent step increase for teachers, principals and nurses. Jefferson and Jason Kamras, the school system’s chief of human capital, both said they were optimistic that union members will ratify this agreement. Richmond Superintendent Kamras has a $250,000 salary; Fairfax Superintendent Scott Brayband is paid $311,526. “We are thrilled with the Mayor’s $16 million investment in … His pay of $250,000 a year would be his base salary, but he could earn up to $25,000 more if Richmond schools meet certain performance benchmarks. ... saw his salary … The seven people on Brayband’s leadership team … … The five people on Kamras’ leadership team in … Mr. Kamras also is to receive $20,000 to cover moving expenses and $20,000 in deferred pay in a retirement fund. She worked with Jason Kamras, a Princeton graduate who had arrived in Washington a decade earlier through Teach for America and stayed, becoming the national Teacher of the Year in 2005–06. As part of next year’s financial plan, RPS will have $181 million, down significantly from what superintendent Jason Kamras proposed earlier in the year. Richmond Public Schools Superintendent Jason Kamras. The five people on Kamras’ leadership team in Richmond are paid between $175,250 and $180,547. “There is absolutely nothing broken about our students … Mayor Levar M. Stoney is among those praising his selection. Half of the evaluations for the 44 teachers were too high and half too low, said Jason Kamras, chief of human capital for D.C. Public Schools. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Princeton University and a master’s in education from Harvard’s School of Education, and has worked in urban public school education for more than two decades. Those affected are …

Kamras’ superintendent salary was not immediately available Monday night, but as an administrator in D.C., his earnings total $196,691.

The Richmond School Board on Monday adopted a $331 million budget for the 2020-21 fiscal year that begins July 1. Fewer than half of RPS schools are accredited, and Kamras said the city’s graduation rate is the lowest in Virginia. O n a sunny Saturday in mid-April, new Richmond Public Schools superintendent Jason Kamras gathered downtown along the banks of the James River with members of the school board.