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State bills get little support from local superintendents
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MONROE - Local superintendents seem to agree that taxpayer-funded schools need to be held accountable, but finding a uniform set of rules to judge accountability is difficult. Monroe District Administrator Cory Hirsbrunner said she hopes the same assessment measures currently used are utilized. "For accountability purposes of this importance, using the same assessment measure only makes sense," Hirsbrunner said.