Local superintendents criticize new accountability act

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Posted: Thursday, March 14, 2013 4:45 pm

Gov. Robert Bentley signed the Alabama Accountability Act on Thursday after the state Supreme Court shut down a legal challenge to the controversial tax credit bill the day before.

Local superintendents say it’s too early to tell about the local impact of the bill, which gives about $3,500 in tax credits to parents whose children are zoned for failing public schools to attend private schools or non-failing public schools, but they’re not optimistic about it.

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