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Kentucky took a step toward trying to attain nearly $200 million in federal funds for school reform this week when both the Senate and House passed HB 176.
That bill, sponsored by Rep. Carl Rollins (D-Midway), would give school districts the right to close low-performing schools and to reopen them under the management of an educational management organization.
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