Ten years later, have Broward schools fixed the problems a grand jury found?

For the most part, this was followed. A review of contributions from the 2018 and 2020 election cycles found at least two violations. In 2018, board member Nora Rupert received a $500 contribution from Di Pompeo Construction while it was vying for renovations at Miramar Elementary, which the company won. In 2020, Heather Brinkworth, who was defeated for reelection, accepted a $500 donation from Advanced Roofing, while it was under the cone of silence for a bid to renovate Watkins Elementary in Pembroke Park, a bid Advanced lost.