Gov. Rick Scott appointed Charlotte County Superintendent Doug Whittaker to serve on a special committee of superintendents from around the state to advise him about educational reform. Whittaker was one of seven members selected out of 67 school districts.
In a press release, Scott said he chose superintendents who he thought would fairly represent both large and small school districts, and offer suggestions on “unnecessary red tape and regulations we can cut at the state level in order to increase classroom time for Florida students.”
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