ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – St. Louis’ appointed school board has received the superintendent’s transformational plan meant to turn the district around.
The board received it Thursday night, although a district spokesman said it does not mean the plan has entirely been approved. The most controversial aspect of the plan is the move to allow non-profit organizations to manage underperforming schools. A school would need four years of non-improvement to be eligible. The earliest that could happen is next June.