Do Fairhope residents want a separate school system? – FOX10 News | WALA

Nearly 100 concerned Fairhope citizens showed up to an education forum Tuesday night, May 12, hosted by the City of Fairhope’s Education Advisory Committee.

The forum informed citizens about current Fairhope School expenditures and statistics, such as the 88 percent of students who graduate from Fairhope High School, who end up going to a two or four-year college.

Dr. Semoon Chang with the Gulf Coast Center for Impact Studies prepared a presentation for Tuesday’s meeting that explained some of the key issues of an under-funded county school system.

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