Palm Beach County Schools Superintendent Wayne Gent seems calm on the eve of the first day of school for the 2013-2014 school year —although he’s noticed a few more gray hairs, he says with a laugh.
Students may not notice it as they head back to classes today, but Gent has his hands full this school year with the launch of Common Core State Standards, a dire capital budget and continuing testing changes.
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Back to school
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