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Frank Brogan To Be Named Next Florida University System Chancellor

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Current FAU President Frank Brogan has bagged the unanimous recommendation of the search committee to be named the net Chancellor of Florida's University System. His appointment is expected to be confirmed by the end of the afternoon.


Brogan has headed Florida Atlantic since 2003. He served four years as lieutenant governor under Jeb Bush, and previously served as Florida Commissioner of Education from '94 to '98 when that was an elected, cabinet level position. Prior to politics, he worked in public education and worked his way up from fifth grade teacher to superintendent of the Martin County School District.


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