“A” ratings all around. Looks like Broward Schools Superintendent, Robert Runcie, is having a much different experience from last year. In his 2016-17 annual performance review he was rated “highly effective” by 6 or 9 board members.
“The key element to successful schools is found in strong school leadership … and the model Mr. Runcie has implemented to support our principals continues to allow positive change at our schools,” wrote Board member Donna Korn.
Runcie continues to be plagued by slow capital improvements promised in the General Obligation Bond of 2014. Read more in the SunSentinel.