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Broward County Public Schools seeking community input for superintendent selection

The Broward County School Board is reaching out to the community to gather their invaluable input and guidance in selecting the best candidate for the position of Superintendent.

The board is eager to hear from the public on what they believe are the most important characteristics and experiences that the new Superintendent should possess, the various educational programs that the Broward County Public School system has to offer, and what they feel are the most important issues and challenges that the district faces.

In an effort to reach a diverse audience, they have launched a comprehensive survey that is available in multiple languages including English, Spanish, Haitian, Creole and Portuguese. The survey consists of 6 short questions and aims to gather the thoughts and opinions of the community regarding the Board’s national search for a highly qualified and visionary Superintendent who can lead BCPS and serve as a student-oriented, transformational leader.

This survey will remain open until April 6th and all members of the community are encouraged to participate and make their voices heard. To take part in this survey, please visit browardschools.com/supersearch and provide your valuable feedback.

Jordan Collins

Jordan is an experienced editor with years in the journalism and reporting industry. He loves talking with the community about the problems local residents face and state politics. You can find him in the gym almost every day or see him jogging.

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