Frank Brogan, former Martin Supt. of Schools and FL Lt. Gov., is contender for Trump Ed. Dept. job



“[Brogan’s] stint at the helm of Pennsylvania’s higher education system lasted almost four years. In June he announced plans to resign from the job, around the time the state released a report written by consultants that detailed falling enrollment and fiscal problems in the state system. Brogan did not link the report’s findings to his choice to retire, according to the Pittsburgh Post Gazette.”(Source:  Pittsburgh Post Gazette)

From Education Week: Former Florida Lt. Gov. Frank Brogan is a top contender for a position at the U.S. Department of Education, multiple sources say.

Brogan, who recently stepped down as the chancellor of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education, may be best known for serving as former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush’s lieutenant governor, a post he held from 1999 to 2003.

But Brogan has held just about every possible job in K-12 education policy and instruction. He’s been a teacher, principal, and superintendent of schools in Florida’s Martin County.

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