CEO of Urban Pathways Charter School retires

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 The CEO of Urban Pathways Charter Schools has retired.

"Urban Pathways Charter Schools Board of Trustees has accepted the retirement of Dr. Linda Clautti," said a statement from Saul Markowitz, a spokesman for the school. "UPCS will continue to make the education and needs of their students their top priority." 

He said the board made its decision Tuesday.

Ms. Clautti, who could not be reached for comment, joined what was then called North Side Urban Pathways Charter School in 2003.

The 6-12 school was founded in 1998. A second school, called the Urban Pathways K-5 College Charter School, opened in 2011.

According to tax filings for 2011-12, Ms. Clautti was paid $143,035 a year, plus $17,179 in additional compensation, as CEO of the 6-12 school. She did not receive a salary as CEO of the elementary school.

The tax filings stated that about 330 students were enrolled in the 6-12 program and about 130 in the elementary one.


Education writer Eleanor Chute: echute@post-gazette.com or 412-263-1955.

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