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Broward Schools Chief Retiring

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Jim Notter, the superintendent of the Broward County, Fla., schools since 2007, announced last week that he would retire from the nations sixth-largest district by the end of the school year. A grand jury recently released a report highly critical of what it called corruption in the 257,000-student district. The report criticized Mr. Notters leadership, saying he allowed meddling and interference by the school board.

Vol. 30, Issue 27, Page 5

Published in Print: April 6, 2011, as Broward Schools Chief Retiring
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