Former Martin schools superintendent Frank Brogan to be Trump’s asst secretary of education

Frank Brogan, former Florida university chancellor, has been named assistant secretary for elementary and secondary education by President Donald Trump. (Source: Tampa Bay Times)

From The Tampa Bay Times: Brogan, 64, a former Martin County fifth grade teacher and schools superintendent who served as Bush’s lieutenant governor from 1998 to 2002, will be in charge of K-12 policy at the agency that is being reworked by Trump’s Education Secretary Betsy DeVos.

Brogan left Florida in 2013 after four years as chancellor of Florida’s university system and moved to Pennsylvania where he served as that state’s university chancellor. He resigned earlier this year amid mounting fiscal and enrollment troubles at that state’s higher education system.

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