The Alabama Education Association recently hired Gene Murphree, former vice chancellor for fiscal services at the state Department of Post-Secondary Education, on a temporary basis to analyze the impact of equity funding on Baldwin County, officials said.
John Hudson, Baldwin County representative for the union, said he didn’t know when Murphree might complete a report or what will be done with it.
Yes, this is the same AEA that criticizes the school board for hiring consultants.
What’s the impact? The impact of equity funding is that we send $45 million to other districts while our kids are sitting in overcrowded classrooms and people here are being fired.