Gov. Matt Bevin touts charter schools to pastors


LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) – Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin has told a group of pastors that he has every intention of following through with his campaign promise to push for a charter school law in the state.

On Tuesday night, the Courier-Journal ( ) reports that Bevin told a crowd of roughly 100 pastors and community members at Christ Temple Christian Life Center in Louisville that he does not want to back down from the issue.

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Bevin recently pledged in his inaugural address to push charter school legislation as a way to give parents and students alternatives to failing schools.

The Kentucky Pastors in Action Coalition has in previous years supported bringing charter schools to Louisville as a way to improve the lives of African-American and low-income families through access to quality education.


Information from: The Courier-Journal,


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