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Rick Scott gleefully sticks it to public schools and teachers again

Joining the grocer, citrus grower and Teach for America hobbyist we now have an Internet provider on the state board of education too.

From the Tampa Times: Gov. Rick Scott on Wednesday named Orlando businesswoman Marva Johnson to the state Board of Education. Johnson, 44, is a corporate vice president for Bright House Networks LLC. Her term begins March 26 and ends Dec. 31, 2017.

“I am confident that Marva will be a committed servant to Florida students," Scott said in a statement. "I look forward to working with her and the entire Board of Education to further ensure that all Florida students can get a great education so they can pursue their dreams.”

Teachers need not apply.

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