Plan for new high school called ‘sound’
Saturday, December 22, 2012
A team of school administrators from around the state who examined the Jefferson City Board of Education’s plans to build a new high school concluded the cost and staffing estimates developed by Jefferson City school administrators are appropriate.
“There were no holes in any of their data, and all their recommendations were sound,” said Melissa Randol, MSBA deputy executive director, who helped facilitate the committee’s work.
The peer review committee was assembled by the Missouri School Boards Association; their report was issued Friday.
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