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UPDATE: Board votes to keep Runcie in 6-3 vote according to WSVN.
Since February’s safety meeting in Coral Springs, Broward County Superintendent, Robert Runcie’s, career has been on the chopping block. Broward County school board member, Lori Alhadeff, who lost her daughter in the Parkland school shooting last year at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, has been leading the charge to have Runcie removed.
During last month’s safety meeting, critics and supporters alike gathered at what became a heated confrontation over Runcie’s future.
According to news sources, Runcie may have the support he needs to keep his position. A majority vote is needed and it doesn’t look like the board has enough people rooting against him. At least five board members have publicly praised his efforts, rating him as highly effective or effective in his last performance review that took place a few months ago.
The board is set to decide whether to keep or fire Runcie.
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