For example, I recently gathered information on the names and salaries of people in the public sector including the salaries of school superintendents in my area (it took about two clicks), and found that most of them average making around $250,000 a year. That's about six times the salary of an average worker in the private sector and about twice the salary of corporate executives in most small and mid-size companies.
Anyhow, a report you should look at just came out and it shows that "Private" Ivy League Colleges get more money from the Federal Government than more than several U.S. states get combined. They make more money off our taxpayer dollars than what they collect in student tuition meaning they could make a good living without having students all together. I know it sounds crazy but everything is clearly documented in an easy to read format.
I guess it just goes to show how truly smart they are for using the system (our money), to get mega-rich. By the way, as far as I know, no one from the schools has returned calls from any of the media investigating the story. I'm hoping 60 Minutes will jump in the fray.