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This week on News & Views with Chris Fitzsimon

The four newest members of the Wake County School Board will be sworn in December 1st.

While they have pledged to lead the public schools in a new direction, the president of Wake Education Partnership says there’s much to consider before making sweeping changes.

Dr. Ann Denlinger discusses growth, diversity, and the challenges facing the state’s largest school system on our weekly radio news magazine “News & Views” with Chris Fitzsimon.

Click below for a preview of  Dr. Denlinger’s interview.

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