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Fitzgerald says 'no appetite' for school sanctions

7:00 PM, Feb. 7, 2014
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There's "no appetite" for passing a bill this year that imposes sanctions against poorly performing public or private voucher schools, Republican Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald said Friday.

Instead, the Senate will pursue a more limited school accountability bill that focuses on having private schools report the same data as public schools without a major overhaul of the report card, Fitzgerald told The Associated Press.

The move puts the Senate at odds with the Assembly, also controlled by Republicans, where lawmakers were working on a bill that does impose sanctions for ...

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