We reported last week on Roane County’s School Board passing a resolution urging Gov. Haslam and the State Department of Education to slow down the pace of education reform, collaborate more with district leaders, and provide adequate funding to move schools forward.
Now, Marshall County is joining the fray.
It will be interesting to see how many districts pass similar resolutions before the start of the 2014 session of the General Assembly.
Even more telling will be how the respective legislative delegations respond.
Stay tuned to Tennessee Education Report and follow us @TNEdReport for more details.
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