Wake County Principals, Leaders to Seek Solutions Following Race-Driven Incidents

Wake County Principals, Leaders to Seek Solutions Following Race-Driven Incidents

Wake County Public Schools principals will converge on Cary Thursday to discuss the implications of two recent, high-profile episodes of racial disruption—incidents that have brought lost trust and even tears to some system parents.
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Board of Education Chair Monika Johnson-Hostler said Tuesday that the principals, Superintendent Jim Merrill and other leaders will look for answers in the wake of the episodes. Meanwhile, officials from the Raleigh-Apex NAACP appeared at WCPS headquarters to express their dismay at the incidents and to support the school system’s efforts to deal with them.
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