The Lafayette Parish School Board has again heaped praise on Superintendent Burnell Lemoine in its latest evaluation of the parish’s top educator.
According to The Daily Advertiser, Lemoine scored a 6.77 out of a possible 8 on the board’s annual evaluation, conducted during an open meeting Wednesday. The score, however, is slightly down from last year’s stellar 7.1. The superlative grade comes on the heels of a successful effort in the state Legislature to beat back a package of school board reforms that, if passed, would have empowered state superintendents at the expense of school boards.
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