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Power up and stay engaged

Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, North Carolina families have had to become a part of their children’s education like never before. Children are learning everywhere and parents have stepped up to make sure their students continue to grow.

While our traditional schools always play an important role, families have also embraced supplemental options that are flexible and give them control over what their children learn even as they keep them physically safe.  North Carolina must respect and support families by keeping pace with these new options and programs they have turned to during the pandemic.

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Testimony: School assignments in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools

At the final CMS board meeting of the school year, Deputy Director Alec Macaulay called on Superintendent Anne Clark to uphold her promises to the children of Charlotte and ensure every last one of them has access to the best education possible.