Karin Bennett, Greg Tichenor, De’Nita Wright and Austin Norrid, Opinion contributorsPublished 9:58 a.m. ET March 11, 2019 | Updated 1:54 p.m. ET March 11, 2019
JCPS says there’s an urgent need to invest in new buildings throughout the county. It’s promoting the plan as a cost-saving measure and critical step. Marty Pearl/Special to Courier Journal, Louisville Courier Journal
We believe that putting student assignment first is key to avoiding a state takeover.
The Jefferson County school board is discussing rearranging the facilities before resolving student assignment. At the upcoming JCPS board meeting on Tuesday night, our elected school board members are expected to approve a $120 million Facilities Capital Fund proposal, which will result in a net loss of three elementary schools in southern and western Louisville.
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