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<p><p>Volusia County Schools Superintendent Scott Fritz.</p></p><p>BEACON PHOTO/MARSHA MCLAUGHLIN</p>
Volusia County Schools Superintendent Scott Fritz. BEACON PHOTO/MARSHA MCLAUGHLIN

Volusia County Schools Superintendent Dr. Scott Fritz has accepted the College Board’s invitation to become a council member on the Superintendents’ Advisory Council.

The College Board is a not-for-profit organization and creator of the SAT, PSAT/NMSQT and several AP tests that are used for college admission.

The Superintendents’ Advisory Council is made up of approximately 30 superintendents from across the country, and is designed to ensure that the College Board receives valuable input from district superintendents.

Council members serve for a three-year term, and share ideas and best practices about educational improvement. Council members also provide input to the College Board leadership on how they can add value to the superintendents’ work.

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— Compiled by Business Editor Joe Crews

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