This NCGA Short Session Could Do SO MUCH FOR Public Education in NC

And can do it in a short amount of time.

This week the North Carolina General Assembly will “reconvene” for the short session of the 2020 year. Below is a informational graphic put together by Susan Book, one of the founders and leaders of

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It refers to Class Size Chaos, flexible scheduling, adding time for remediation and teacher collaboration, school performance grades, waiving of state tests, the Innovative School District, and Read to Achieve.

All of that could be dealt with quickly.

They could even change “waive” to “eliminate” to some things.