Superintendent Lemoine Ready To Face Critics
A recommendation to put a property tax on the ballot this fall to help pay for Lafayette Parish public school structural improvements has been put on hold. That after the civic group One Hundred Black Men of Greater Lafayette said the board should first address lower academic levels and graduation rates. Superintendent Burnell Lemoine tells KPEL News that's something the school system has been doing. Lemoine says he plans on bringing proof of performance to the next school board meeting.