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Florida education news: superintendent search, School Board challengers, FCAT fight and more



NOW HIRING: The Pinellas School Board starts talking about search strategies to find the district’s fourth superintendent in eight years.

FIELD OF SEVEN: That’s the number of challengers in the hunt so far to unseat Hillsborough School Board incumbents.
EXECUTIVE DREAM: A Sunlake High junior has her sights on the governor’s mansion.
FCAT FIGHT ENDS: A Fort Myers high school student is moving on after an unsuccessful fight to get her FCAT scores validated and her name cleared, the Fort Myers News-Press reports.
UNION TALKS: The Palm Beach County teacher union wants to bring back experience-based raises, the Palm Beach Post reports.
BONE CUTS: Laying off 50 teachers may only be the start of painful efforts to close a budget gap in Seminole County, the Orlando Sentinel reports.

[Last modified: Wednesday, March 14, 2012 9:15am]


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