The Fayette Equity Council has given the Fayette County School Board recommendations for reducing the number of children who are suspended or sent to alternative programs. Currently the Martin Luther King Academy serves the majority of students in the county who need alternative placements.
The Fayette Equity Council has given the Fayette County School Board recommendations for reducing the number of children who are suspended or sent to alternative programs. Currently the Martin Luther King Academy serves the majority of students in the county who need alternative placements. Herald-Leader
The Fayette Equity Council has given the Fayette County School Board recommendations for reducing the number of children who are suspended or sent to alternative programs. Currently the Martin Luther King Academy serves the majority of students in the county who need alternative placements. Herald-Leader

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