From the article on The Post & Courier:
Declaring a "state of emergency" related to academic performance in one of the state's highest-poverty school districts, S.C. Education Superintendent Molly Spearman announced Monday she will take control of the Allendale County School District.
“Management decisions that put self-interest ahead of our students’ achievement are unacceptable," Spearman said in a statement Monday.
The State is in control of education... so how could our local School Board close good performing schools?
I have said it many times: If Article 11 Section 3 of the SC Constitution does not make the state financially responsible for schools in this state, then how does this Allendale thing happen? How does the state get away with this? I'll tell you how, by plain and adulterated lies and neglect of our children. They have the money and use it for other things.
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