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January 28th e-Newsletter
January 28th e-Newsletter
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The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education has set broad goals for the sweeping student assignment review process that will take shape over the following months. Among the goals is the intent…

January 28th e-Newsletter
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November 18th e-Newsletter
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MeckEd, the Charlotte area’s leading voice on public education issues, on Monday announced that Dr. Ross Danis, previously President & CEO of the Newark Trust for Education will become MeckEd’s…

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November 4th e-Newsletter
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Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education incumbents Ericka Ellis-Stewart and Mary McCray were reelected to the board last night, along with Elyse Dashew, a CMS parent making her second attempt at the…

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October 14th e-Newsletter
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Starting next fall, CMS students will have access to a slate of new magnet school programs and neighborhood bus stops. The changes are part of a significant review of the…

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September 23rd e-Newsletter
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CMS Superintendent Ann Clark said the district is pleased to have a state budget, after months of delay and much speculation about the status of public education funding. "We have…

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September 14th e-Newsletter
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House and Senate leaders say they expect to reach a final budget deal

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August 26th e-Newsletter
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Back to School for CMS, Charter Schools

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August 12th e-Newsletter
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Bill calls for takeover of lowest-performing schools

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The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education has set broad goals for the sweeping student assignment review process that will take shape over the following months. Among the goals is the intent to “reduce the number of schools with high concentrations of poor and high needs children,” and “provide school assignment options to students assigned to schools […]

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