Wake County school board members are getting a sneak peak at the new long-term student assignment plan being developed by school administrators.
As noted in this online article by Thomas Goldsmith, school board members Carolyn Morrison, Kevin Hill, Chris Malone and Ron Margiotta met today with Superintendent Tony Tata and the Student Assignment Task Force.
Additional small-group meetings will be held with the other board members. By having fewer than five members at a meeting they're able to avoid the state Open Meetings Law requirements.
"There were no policy decisions," said Michael Evans, Wake's chief communications officer. "We are anticipating being able to come to the community by mid-May with two or three courses of actions that we are going to want feedback on."