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Mavericks High in Palm Springs, the newest in a chain of for-profit charter schools headed by Vice President Joe Biden's brother, is holding a job fair next Monday. According to its website, the school is seeking teachers certified in almost everything -- reading,math, special education, English, science, and social science.
graduate. The Florida Department of Education recently released data showing that Mavericks students earned the lowest FCAT reading scores in Palm Beach County.
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