COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - Muscogee County parents have some of their questions answered about an outside firm looking to control alternative education.
Dozens of people filled the North Columbus Public Library to share their concerns about the Texas-based company.
Camelot's chief strategist urged those in attendance to visit their schools and see how they work.
"Talk to the communities who hired us to be there, to begin with, and continue to be happy without work. There's no better proof of our work, said Ray Rodriguez, chief strategy officer.
The Muscogee County School Board has delayed a vote on the $6 million contract with Camelot twice.