Broward School Board Asks Voters For $800 Million Bond
Broward County voters will have a big decision to make about school funding in November.
The School Board of Broward County School approved a resolution to put a bond vote on the fall ballot.
Broward schools are asking for $800 million — most of which will go towards school renovations and technology upgrades, says Superintendent Robert Runcie.
The school district has to overcome a reputation damaged by a history of mismanagement and corruption.
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Runcie spoke with WLRN for a special education edition of the Sunshine Economy. Here’s more from that conversation: