Posted Thursday, February 8, 2018 – 6:35 PM
By Laura Coleman
After months of discussions, meetings, analyses and investigations, on Tuesday the Board of Education appeared to wholly abandon the possibility of creating a dedicated middle school in Beverly Hills, at least in the immediate future. Despite overwhelming support by Superintendent Michael Bregy, the 21-member Future Focused Schools Team (FFST) and the students themselves that the school district should establish a dedicated middle school, the board’s failure to direct staff to create a comprehensive strategic plan made it clear that everyone’s work had been an exercise in futility.
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