Miss. House Passes Accountability Bill for School Superintendents
A bill is headed back to the Senate that would end the jobs of schools superintendents in districts that are low-performing.
The measure cleared the House by a vote of 106-14 Wednesday. The Senate can either accept the House changes or seek negotiations.
The House amended the bill, which seeks to hold district leaders accountable for student performance, to allow an elected superintendent who is removed from office to be replaced through another election. Previously, the bill had required an elected superintendent's position to convert...
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