WOODBURY - Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-N.Y.) is proposing a salary cap that would limit the money made by school superintendents.

Superintendents in smaller districts would be capped at $125,000 a year, while the leaders of bigger districts could make up to $175,000.

The plan would affect administrators such as Dr. Carole Hankin, who runs the Syosset School District. Hankin, the highest-paid superintendent on Long Island, makes more than $375,000 a year.

Currently, 31 percent of superintendents make more than $179,000. Cuomo's proposal, should it be passed by the Legislature, could force lower salaries for 319 superintendents, nearly half of the top district administrators in the state.

AP wire services were used in this report.