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- WCPSS Office of Equity Affairs “Call to Action” includes more White Privilege training, SPLC Social Justice Standards
- NC teacher license discipline page updated after seven months
- Statutory Rape charges against Orange County teacher dropped
- #WCPSS Updates: Busing issues on fire, literally. Also, brace for reassignment.
- Orange County Teacher arrested on 30 year old child rape charges
- $1 million bond issued to Gaston County Assistant Principal accused of sex crimes with a student
- WCPSS says “no complaints” over school mural of controversial climate kid Thunberg and rapper “Lil Nas X”
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Category Archives: EDUCATION
The attorney for a parent group that seeks to protect students and their privacy has issued a letter to Apex Middle School and the Wake County School Board regarding an invasive new weekly activity called “Circles.” Continue reading
The following is an article cross-posted from Truth In American Education. Continue reading
A Wayne County Public Schools teacher has been arrested in connection with a 2013 murder of Shabazz Woods, who was 18 years of age at the time of his death. Continue reading
A Gaston County Public School teaching assistant was arrested after allegedly being caught performing a sex act on a former student in her home. Continue reading
Two teachers in Edgecombe County were arrested in September. One teacher was arrested in connection with possession of Methamphetamine and a second was arrested on sex crime charges involving a student. Continue reading
The parents of students who were subjected to activities that involved revealing deeply personal information about themselves and loved ones have issued a letter about the incidents. Continue reading
#WCPSS Updates: Supt. pay is raised while special needs kids have no buses, plus MVP Math, Reassignment draft delays and who is watching the kids?
It was a busy week or two in Wake County Public Schools.
Topics this week include the Superintendent getting a pay raise while special needs students still have no transportation. Also, touching base on MVP Math, fees for records requests and a question: who is watching the kids? Continue reading