Madison County School Board Postpones Decision On Dropout Age

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 4/15/2013 5:56 pm
It looks like a vote won't happen any time soon to increase Madison County's dropout age to 18.

The Board of Education says it has decided to postpone it's decision after talking to an attorney.

The Board says since the law to increase the dropout age doesn't take effect until late June any vote could be potentially changed.

The Board was planning to vote on the measure Thursday night.
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