Tuscaloosa City Schools hold meeting to discuss Accountability Act

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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (WIAT) – The Alabama Accountability Act is a very complicated subject, especially for those parents with children attending failing schools.

On Tuesday evening , the Tuscaloosa City School System held a public meeting to try and answer many of the questions.

Superintendent Paul McKendrick laid out the process will take place in the Tuscaloosa City School System to the 75 or so parents in attendance.

One of the biggest questions was about class sizes in schools that might see a large number of transfers.

However, that question cannot easily be answered because of a number of unknowns.

Some parents, though, are seeing the process as something that is too late for their children.

The Tuscaloosa City School System has three schools on the failing schools list.

For more information on the Alabama Accountability Actplease click here.

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