A year ago, the Palm Beach County School Board created the District Diversity and Equity Committee. Fittingly, the board required membership to represent diverse groups. Ironically, it represents so many groups that it can’t function.
As The Post’s Jason Schultz reported Monday, the committee has met only twice and couldn’t muster a quorum. Some of the 24 groups have not filled their slots. The school district has a number of advisory committees providing useful comment about school construction, boundaries and finances. Most are significantly leaner than the Diversity Committee. Though they all deal with complicated, important issues, none has a task quite so…squishy.
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