About a year ago, the Palm Beach County School Board was under fire for lacking diversity among its top-level managers. The complaints stung, given the overwhelming diversity among the district’s roughly 18,000 teachers and staff.
But the district’s response has been frustratingly slow for many. It created a committee of community groups tasked to solve the racial and gender equity problems. A year later, that committee has met only twice and yielded nothing of substance, including electing a chairman.
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