Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (page 5)

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    NC public schools still need hundreds of teachers

    As a courtesy to Locker Room readers, I checked the North Carolina Public Schools Application System (NCPSAS) this morning.  The website lists 644 traditional public school jobs, including approximately 260 open teaching positions. Among large districts that do not use the NCPSAS, Wake County Schools has 111 teaching positions…
    Terry Stoops, August 18, 2011
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    CMS PR campaign, phase two: Blame the process

    Mecklenburg Citizens for Public Education and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools have initiated phase two of their public relations campaign. Phase one, what Meck Deck blogger Tara Servatius calls the “oh-so-broke shuffle,” is complete.  Phase two is in full swing.   CMS officials and their boosters now blame the “budget process”…
    Terry Stoops, July 28, 2011
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    CMS part of “dropout epicenter”

    According to Education Week‘s Diplomas Count 2011 study, 25 school systems “account for one in every five nongraduates nationwide for the class of 2011.”  Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) just makes the list with 4,787 projected nongraduates.  New York City and Los Angeles public schools top the list with 39,669 and…
    Terry Stoops, June 7, 2011