Pat Santeramo


New BTU Administrator Named

The Broward Teachers Union will have a new administrator, at least for the next six months.



In Depth: Audit Exposes Financial Troubles At Broward Teacher’s Union

A closer look at a 2-year audit of the Broward Teacher’s Union finances reveals an organization with little financial oversight, a glaring lack of transparency and eye-popping amounts paid to leadership and a construction company […]


(Source: BTU) Pat Santeramo, President of the Broward Teachers Union

Report: Questionable Spending At Broward Teacher’s Union

CBS4 News is getting a look at a confidential audit report detailing financial irregularities within the Broward Teacher’s Union that have led some members of the Union’s Executive Board to call for the removal of Union President Pat Santeramo.


(Source: BTU) Pat Santeramo, President of the Broward Teachers Union

BTU Exec. Board Temporarily Removes Santeramo As President

The Broward Teacher’s Union made major changes Tuesday night which saw a shakeup in leadership, at least temporarily.


(Source: BTU) Pat Santeramo, President of the Broward Teachers Union

BTU President Accused Of Election Fraud; Ouster Demanded

The Broward Teachers Union has confirmed that more than 2 dozen union members were involved in apparent campaign irregularities in the last presidential campaign, related to campaign contributions. 4 members of the union’s Executive Board have pointed the finger of blame at BTU president Pat Santeramo, demanding he resign.



Broward School Board Members Gottlieb, Thomas Out

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.



Broward School Board Tentatively Approves Budget

Faced with a gap of more than $140 million, Broward’s School Board has given tentative approval to a $2.9 billion budget which slashes hundreds of teacher’s jobs.


Renaissance Elementary Charter School is the only school in Miami-Dade County to receive the prestigious Blue Ribbon Award in 2008. (CBS4)

FCAT Results: Charter Schools Have High Failure Rate

In Miami-Dade, a greater percentage of charter schools failed than public schools.



School Board Extends Carvalho’s Contract Through 2015

It looks like Broward has lost out on their chance to possibly hire Alberto Carvalho to be their new Superintendent of schools.



Is Broward Schools Courting Carvalho For Superintendent Position?

The Broward School Board has just hired a firm to begin their nationwide search for a new superintendent after current superintendent Jim Notter leaves office at the end of June.

CBS Miami–05/25/2011