The financial management of Exeter's largest school has been heavily criticised in a report.
The headteacher of West Exe College, earned £152,000 pounds a year, amost three times the average head's salary.
The pay scandal cost him his job - and that of his wife - she was the deputy head. An investigation has found evidence of excessive pay and a culture of secrecy.
Our Exeter correspondent Seth Conway reports.
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