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Reports: Broward Schools Sat On $100 Million Earmarked For School Safety (Video)

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Roughly $100 million that voters approved for school safety four years ago remains unspent, according to an investigation by a 19-year-old student.

No, the Sun-Sentinel’s investigative team didn’t discover this.

Neither did the School Board. Its members are elected to wisely spend tax money. Apparently they are more interested in seeing nothing, keeping their mouths shut and being reelected.

It was a 19-year old home-schooled high school senior who says he uncovered an uncomfortable truth — the failure to spend just under $100 million already approved for school safety.

When his findings couldn’t gain traction in Broward, he went to the national media.

But is it true?

Here is a very telling part of the story:

Superintendent Robert Runcie tried his best to squelch the report. If it was just a false narrative, why would Runcie and 10 of his subordinates spend their time trying to explain it away?  CONTINUE READING

[The following video from the Broward School public hearing was posted on YouTube.com by Dennis Michael Lynch]

By Buddy Nevins, BrowardBeat.com, excerpt posted on SouthFloridaReporter.com, April 13, 2018