A Message From The Publisher
By Bobby R. Henry, Sr.
The million dollar question: Will Superintendent Cartwright right her cart by selecting an African American for the newest top executive position that has come about?
It would appear that executive leadership in Broward is short lived, like a cockroach in a chickencoop. Ooops, I better be careful. I don’t want to be accused of teaching CRT in Broward County Schools. I am not speaking to the shakeup that is greatly anticipated by the release of new Broward superintendent’s organization chart. Instead, I marvel at the quick departure of the newly appointed Deputy Superintendent of Teaching and Learning, Dr. Carmen Balgobin.
Superintendent Cartwright lured Balgobin to Broward into one of two newly added executive level positions in the organization chart. These positions seemed rushed to be filled, as the complete chart is not due out until the middle of this month.
Awkwardly for Cartwright, Dr. Balgobin, who has been in the newly created executive position for what seemed like 30 days, has jettisoned BCPS, returning back to Volusia County from where she hailed .
Just days after Balgobin was hired for the Deputy Superintendent position on Broward, the School Board from...