LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- More changes for a troubled Louisville middle school: state education leaders say the principal of Myers Middle School must go.
A newly released audit from the Kentucky Department of Education found Principal Jack Baldwin lacks the ability to lead the intervention at the school.
It comes one day after the JCPS Board of Education voted to re-staff the school.
Myers' scores in reading, math and other subjects declined last school year and lag far behind the rest of the district and the state.
Baldwin remains on the job today. There is no word on who will replace him.
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