Pasco, Hernando school and college leaders plan another sit-down
They don't always see eye to eye. Even when they agree they have a problem, they don't necessarily agree on the solution.
High profile disputes over dual enrollment and related fees are the most notable example.
But that doesn't mean the leaders of the Hernando and Pasco school districts, and Pasco-Hernando Community College, see no need to meet and discuss their concerns and possible solutions.
The officials have met annually for the past two years, and they've scheduled another session for the new year. PHCC president Kathy Johnson has confirmed with the two district superintendents a Jan. 31 workshop at the college's new Porter campus at Wiregrass Ranch. School Board members and college trustees are expected to attend.
Dual enrollment has dominated discussion at the past two sessions. Board members are expected talk about it some more, as well as identify other areas where the systems can work on together.