Uncategorized

Advocates question Wake County experiment with single-sex academies

Representatives of Great Schools in Wake and other education advocates have delivered a very well-thought out and throrough letter to the Wake County Board of Education and Superintendent Tony Tata that waves a large red flag in front to the recent rush to establish single-sex “leadership academies.”

The letter questions the expedited process Tata and the Board have been using, the impact on alternative schools and many aspects of the new schools themselves. It’s a “must read” for folks looking to get up to speed on this troubling and hasty development.

Click here to read it.

Check Also

New report: Amazon a top employer of food assistance recipients

Good lord — maybe this is why Amazon ...

Top Stories from NCPW

  • News
  • Commentary

“I could choose to do anything else with $50.” But Anca Stefan, a high school English teacher in a D [...]

The Cape Fear River is damaged, contaminated by decades of human malfeasance, negligence and ignoran [...]

Legislative Services Officer Paul Coble appears to be violating the state public records law and is [...]

This morning, the state Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the pivotal case of Silver, et al. [...]

These are extraordinary times in the American experiment with representative democracy. In Washingto [...]

Public education in North Carolina has its share of challenges, not the least of which has been the [...]

The post Time to come clean appeared first on NC Policy Watch. [...]

Tax Day in 2018 in North Carolina presents an opportunity to make sure our tax code allows us to mee [...]

Now hiring

NC Policy Watch is now hiring a Managing Editor – click here for more info.