Will the elected Broward School Board subvert wishes of outgoing Gov. DeSantis-controlled Board?

Starting Tuesday, the Broward County School Board’s balance of power will no longer rest with appointees from Gov. Ron DeSantis desk and new Board members likely will be asked to decide whether to subvert the wishes of those Governor-appointed members.

If Board holdovers vote the same way they did last week, it will take just one of the four new members to vote in favor of bringing back Superintendent Vickie Cartwright. DeSantis’ appointees last week ousted Cartwright in a 5-4 vote, leaving the nation’s sixth largest school district leaderless. But four of those five Board members who voted for Cartwright’s firing

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