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Understanding the complaint filed against the Wake County schools

For those looking to get a real grasp on the Title VI complaint filed by the NAACP and others against the Wake County school board, we have posted the complaint along with an appendix and four separate exhibits filed with it. Just click on any of the links below to view the documents.

Title VI Complaint

Appendix A – Reassigment maps and figures

Exhibit 1 – April 6, 2010 Board meeting minutes

Exhibit 2 – Great Schools in Wake briefing paper on academic research

Exhibit 3 – School board transfer of school assigment policy 

Exhibit 4 – Great Schools in Wake transportation fact sheet 

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