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Federico Martinez

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School’s outside lawyer disdains NAACP input in writing deseg report

The NAACP and Indian River County School District may be headed back to court due to a dispute over

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Assistant Superintendent resigns after three months with district

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY — After less than three months on the job, Benjamin Osypian, has submitted his

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School board instructs Moxley to rework court-ordered African American Achievement plan

After an extended period of unblemished success and good relations with the School Board, Interim Su

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Board approves new superintendent’s contract

The Indian River County School Board voted unanimously to hire David Moore as the district’s new s

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New superintendent comes with record of transforming schools

David Moore has made a career of getting rid of bad schools in the massive Miami-Dade school distric

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School Board hires new staff to help comply with desegregation order

The Indian River County School Board is putting its money where its mouth is when it comes to finall

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Board picks new superintendent to lead county schools

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY — The Indian River County School Board voted unanimously to hire David Moore a

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Defiant teachers union votes down contract after school board overrules court decision

A defiant teachers union overwhelmingly voted against ratifying a 2018-19 contract with the Indian R

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School Board narrows superintendent search to 6 semifinalists

The Indian River County School Board has selected six semifinalists for the district’s vacant supe

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School Board to develop plan for deseg order

The Indian River County School Board says it will begin developing a plan this month – possibility

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School Board says search firm it hired is a $50K flop

After hiring a Chicago-based search firm in August for $50,000 to help find a new school district su

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School Board Chairman: Teen vaping a ‘growing epidemic’ in Indian River County

Teen vaping already is “a growing epidemic” or is “approaching epidemic status,” according t