Louisville Public Schools: At the Crossroads

by Todd Mundt on January 28, 2011

The Jefferson County Public Schools is at a crossroads. The board has fired the current superintendent, test scores remain low, and the state has intervened at four low-performing schools.

Many parents are exasperated by these problems, and frustrated with the new student assignment plan and the long bus rides their children must endure.

What will it take to create a school system the city can be proud of? Or will more parents abandon it for other options?

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