Louisiana governor loses in clash over education redesign

Edwards suggested to have the plan delayed until mid-September, saying it needed more work but the state Board of Elementary and Secondary Education voted 7-4 to send the outline in April, according to AP.

Those pushing for delay said President Donald Trump’s administration changed the regulations governing the federal law as recently as this week. They said the plan needed more time for conversation.

Doris Voitier, an appointee of Edwards on the education board, said 61 of the state’s 69 public school superintendents and 96 percent of public school principals wanted to stall the plan submission until September the report continued.

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