A Bullitt County school board meeting became heated Tuesday night and police officers remained in attendance until adjournment.
Tempers flared in response to the presentation of a scholastic audit that criticized school administrators as a standing room-only crowd looked on at a school cafeteria in Mount Washington.
The audit was conducted because of the district's recurring failure to meet reading and math standards set forth in the federal No Child Left Behind law. The state Department of Education conducted the audit, based on a review of documents and interviews with more than 400 students, teachers, staff and administrators.
From WAVE TV3.com.