Test scores are low at an elementary school in Tampa.
Even first-year teachers will go.
The school has been plagued by high staff turnover in the past.
The state’s answer to the problem of churn is simple: Make it 100%.
State officials are unable or unwilling to provide support.
They refuse any accountability.
The entire Florida State Department of Education should be fired, in hopes of turning around the department and bringing in educators who know how to help the schools for which they are responsible.