Easing class-size mandates in North Carolina’s early grades next fall by phasing them in instead over two years is now the law.
The version passed by the Senate included an amendment, so the bill now goes back to the state House of Representatives.
More than 50 roads are flooded or have problems from flooding in Johnston County.
Berger said the compromise plan would phase in class size reductions over two school years.
It found five issues: rough childhood experiences, birth and maternal health, quality of early childhood, early education, and data collecti…
They held a rally Wednesday trying to get the Senate to act now on House Bill 13.
At least 100 people have committed to coming to a rally outside the legislature this afternoon in favor of House Bill 13.
The superintendent is asking the county for a record $56 million increase in local funding to meet the state mandate.
Wake County School’s Three to One program aims to have one laptop or tablet for every three students in the system.
Durham Public School officials say they’ve seen an influx of Kestrel Heights’ High School parents reaching out.