MPS Votes to Ask for State Help


By Alabama News Network

The board voted unanimously to ask State School Superintendent Tommy Bice to appoint a monitor for Montgomery Public Schools.

We're told this is not a take over by the state, but rather assistance in helping the school system to move forward in a more transparent manner.

This comes after allegations of grade changing, and a letter from Bice to the board - addressing numerous concerns with in the school system.



The Montgomery County School Board voted Tuesday night to ask for help from the state.

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