At Monday night's Madison Metropolitan School District board meeting, district leaders will release a summary report after two months of public input sessions on the district's $105 million plan to address its achievement gap.
The feedback could provide clues as to which strategies Superintendent Dan Nerad will pursue when he releases a revised plan on May 11.
The School Board will hear a presentation of the plan at its meeting, at 6:00p.m. Monday.
The meeting is in the auditorium of the Doyle Administration Building, at 545 W. Dayton St.
The board will also hold a special session at 5 p.m. to discuss the search for new superintendent to replace Nerad.
Tonight on 27 News at 6, Jennifer Kliese will have a live report on their timeline for a search, and at 10-- more on the achievement gap plans.
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