There's been some speculation lately as to what the future holds for Florida's Board of Education, with three seats coming open and a fourth still without an official appointment from a year ago.Board chairwoman Marva Johnson, vice chair Andy Tuck and member Rebecca Fishman-Lipsey end their first terms of office on Dec. 31. Member Michael Olenick's term expired at the end of 2016, and he continues to serve without having been renominated.Board of Education members are limited to two consecutive terms.As of Wednesday, Olenick, Johnson and Tuck had applied with the governor's appointments office for second terms. Fishman-Lipsey had not submitted any paperwork, but said she was under the impression that she did not have to file for renewal.She said she would gladly serve again if asked: "Although it is a big time commitment, and not an easy role, I value there being a former teacher up there."Fishman-Lipsey has a master's in education and taught in Harlem through Teach for America.The governor's office had a list of 27 candidates who applied in 2017, through Wednesday. In addition to the board members seeking reappointment, recently appointed Ben Gibson and one applicant who died after turning in papers, the list included:Anay Abraham, director of a Miami center supporting children with developmental disabilitiesBrandon Okpalobi, founder of a Miami program promoting youth sports and life skillsJackson Self, principal of a Palm Beach County charter schoolJanice AdamsEdver Bourne, an Orlando education consultantGregg Laskoski, a Hernando County education activist and businessmanKeith HatcherAshley Landes, Hillsborough County teacherGary Price, former Naples City Council memberKimberly Dunlap, Nova Southeastern University instructorDavid DyerKarin Hoffman, Lighthouse Point tea party activist, recently appointed to Board of Control for Southern Regional EducationTabitha Procise, Orlando higher education consultant, former College of Central Florida registrarSteven Leskovich, a Punta Gorda attorneyJohn DeCerceMaureen Wilt, Florida Education Foundation treasurerDiana Taub, retired south Florida educatorDebra EdwardsKim WernerAmanda Cerda, Volusia County teacherLisa Eshkov, Pasco County teacherAnthony Perugini, Pasco County parentGovernor's office spokeswoman Lauren Schenone said interested candidates still have time to file applications. The governor has not announced a time line to fill the posts.Because none of the sitting members are term limited, they could continue to serve without any added action until they are formally reappointed or someone else is named to the post.