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BPS board expected to approve separation agreement with superintendent

Brevard County school leaders plan to meet Monday morning to discuss parting ways with the district’s superintendent.

Last month, Superintendent Mark Mullins agreed to enter into negotiations for a separation agreement.

As teachers express ongoing concerns with student discipline, some board members have said the change is necessary.

But not all district leaders are in agreement.

“I am not only concerned that they’re removing a man who is the leader of Brevard Public Schools, I am concerned about the effects that will take place after that, leading down to our cabinet, to our administrators, eventually to our teachers and bleeding into the business community itself,” board member Jennifer Jenkins said.

Mullins became superintendent in 2018.


Michael Lynch
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