Members of the Duval County School Board say they will not vote on the superintendent's recommendations for executive positions unless they're given more justified reasons why.
During their meeting Tuesday, board members said they feel they were not given enough data about qualifications and track records of those appointed to be principals, executive directors and chiefs.
Board members said they believe the appointments are based on favoritism rather than merit.
Board member W.C. Gentry pointed out that at least four people on Superintendent Ed Pratt-Dannals' appointment list are married to current executives.
Although the board must vote on the list of appointments by Thursday, members say they will not until Pratt-Dannals provides them with more data.