Muscogee County School Board at-large representative Kia Chambers led the majority Monday in tabling for three months superintendent David Lewis' recommendation to hire Camelot Education for $6.4 million annually to run alternative education programs in the district. She proposed forming a community advisory committee to further explore the options. Mark Rice mrice@ledger-enquirer.com
Muscogee County School Board at-large representative Kia Chambers led the majority Monday in tabling for three months superintendent David Lewis' recommendation to hire Camelot Education for $6.4 million annually to run alternative education programs in the district. She proposed forming a community advisory committee to further explore the options. Mark Rice mrice@ledger-enquirer.com

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April 10, 2017 9:00 PM

Muscogee County School Board delays vote on $6.4M Camelot Education contract

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