Carsen Talks State Intervention, Angry Rally

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — The Alabama education beat is churning. The problems on the Birmingham Board of Education have risen to the level of national news, and educators worried about everything from charter schools to budget cuts are raising their concerns, loudly. Southern Education Desk reporter Dan Carsen talks with WBHM’s Tanya Ott about all this and more, starting with the big unfolding story: the drama surrounding the Birmingham Board of Education and the superintendent whom five board members tried to fire.
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