By Josh Moon
Alabama Political Reporter
At 10 this morning, the State Board of Education will meet to go over important plans for complying with the federal Every Student Succeeds Act and to set parameters for the board’s new legal counsel.
Few people will talk about either important topic when the board adjourns for the day.
That’s because at 11:30, the board will start a special called meeting at which members plan to go over an evaluation of state superintendent Michael Sentance – the first step in what many believe is an effort to fire him.