The Broward School Board was busy Monday when it welcomed its two newest members and narrowed down the candidates for Superintendent to seven semi-finalists.
The two open spots on the Broward School Board were filled late Friday afternoon by Florida Governor Rick Scott, who named former Broward Katherine Leach and real estate agent Donna Korn to fill the vacancies left by the resignation of Jennifer Gottlieb and Dave Thomas.
Forty-four applicants applied for the job to become Broward County’s next schools superintendent. The Broward School Board said they hope to have a decision on the superintendent’s position by the end of September.
With the start of the new school year less than a week away, a slimmed down Broward School Board is continuing its search for a new Superintendent.
With just about a week to go until the start of the new school year, veteran Broward School Board member Jennifer Gottlieb has announced she’s stepping down.
Come the end of June, Broward County School District’s chief operating officer will get a $16 thousand pay raise when he takes over for Superintendent Jim Notter.
Since the hiring of Miriam Oliphant — and her salary – became public, critics of the Broward County School Board reacted forcefully. They might be disappointed to learn that the investigation into her hiring is closed. […]
A furor over the Broward School District’s hiring of former Broward elections supervisor Miriam Oliphant at the top of the teacher pay scale, despite the fact she has spent most of her career outside of a classroom, is now under review by Broward school officials.