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Tax-exempt school gives president a lavish life

Critic calls board a ‘puppet group’

FALMOUTH - It is a tiny school, with an enrollment the size of a modest elementary school. There is no campus, just a small office building. Its 400 part-time students are invisible here, attending classes at off-site facilities across the country.

Yet the National Graduate School of Quality Management awarded its president, Robert J. Gee, $732,891 in compensation two years ago. By comparison, the president of Tufts University, with 10,800 employees and 5,500 students, had nearly identical compensation the same year, $738,596.

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