Wake County Public School System not on the list?

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In December of 2007 I wrote about the Wake County Public School Board's decision to move kids around (click here), and force year round schools.  Many people felt that the Board's decision to move kids to keep an economic balance was the "best" of all opportunities...

The US News and World Report just released the "Best High Schools" in the Country - and Raleigh Charter is listed as number 25!  Whow Who!  It's a Charter School, not one of those with kids that have been moved all over the county.  Look at the stats in this report... does it support being the BIGGEST school system as being the BEST school system?

There are more Board of Education sessions coming for parents to speak out.  Go ahead, speak out... but what's really going to make a difference is finding new members to run.  We need a change.  Bigger is not better.

If you have the experience, and the desire, and the GUTS to buck the system... we want YOU to run for Wake County School Board Member! ... anybody wondering how I REALLY feel???

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Linda Jandura
Raleigh Cary Realty - Apex, NC
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Boy, why am I not surprised at this! This system has been brokern for a long time and it's time to fix it. Our neighbor had emailed our community about a month or so ago when the list came out. Kids on my street will have to go to a school over 30 minutes away, when we live within 5 minutes of the Middle Creek schools. ! I wrote to the school board that they have to start looking at the BIG picture, not the short term fix. And think about what's good for the kids and the environment- (how much gas are they making all these parents waste?) I'd vote for anyone who promised change from constant redistricting.
Jan 06, 2009 11:09 AM #1
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