News & Public Affairs11/09/10 Kate Bradshaw
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It’s no secret that many public schools in Florida are disappointing at best. The Pinellas County School Board is trying to makes some tweaks to the system to boost results, but one of these changes has two South Pinellas communities up in arms. Deputy Superintendent Jim Madden says the draft of the county’s Student Achievement Proposal takes a long view of student success.
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"We're trying to look at our district from say, like the 30,000 foot level, and saying 'how are we structured school...