Thursday, October 19, 2006

And he's out!

On October 18, the Broward School Board fired the districts superintendent, Frank Till, from his position.

According to the Miami Herald, there is a fallout that is occurring from the firing. Till is still working with the school board to find his replacement, and many people are fearful of losing their own jobs.

But the article notes that Tills "greatest concern" is how his removal will affect the legislature sessions in Tallahassee in the spring.

''I don't think anybody interim can deal with the Legislature,'' Till said. ``That takes time to build those relationships.''
Unfortunately for Till, he can share his concerns all he want but the issue is out of his hands. And it's just another sour note for the Broward School Board.


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