Gov. Chris Christie rolled out a plan on Monday to limit the amount a superintendent will be payed, based on how many children are in his or her district. The plan would include merit based bonuses, if the district performs well as a whole. The bonus would only last for one year and would not be included in the superintendent’s pension. The salary cap would be placed aty $125,000 for all districts that had 250 students or less. A scale has been created to increase salaries from there based on how many students are in the district. The highest regulated amount would be $175,000 for districts of 6,501 to 10,000. Any number over that could have a higher salary that would be determined by the state’s education commissioner.