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Two local education insiders are at odds with Kentucky Board of Education Vice Chair Rich Gimmel over whether Kentucky Education Commissioner Stephen Pruitt revealed to JCPS leaders the tentative outcome of a months-long management audit that could have severe consequences for Jefferson County Public Schools.
For many months, we have been working to resolve the toughest financial crisis Kentucky has ever faced, a crisis that began many years ago and that previous governors and legislators either negligently handled or ignored. It is now snowballing out of control.
JCPS is proposing a major reorganization in its leadership ranks, eliminating 11 positions, adding 10 new ones, including a chief of staff and a chief of schools, and shuffling responsibilities of 12 executive administrators and assistant superintendents.