Things have taken a dramatic shift today in the development of the new student assignment plan for Wake County.
School board vice chairwoman Debra Goldman has added to the agenda a revote on the resolution calling for community-based school. Kevin Hill seconded the motion. Goldman says she still supports community schools so the vote could be over changing who is in charge of developing the new plan.
The agenda item was added after a heated exchange between Goldman and other majority members during the committee of the whole meeting.
Goldman won't say what wording will be in the community schools resolution. She could call for the elimination of the student assignment committee to be replaced by the full board working on the plan..
Goldman also confirmed that Tedesco and school board chairman Ron Margiotta had gone to her home last week to ask her to not voice her complaints publicly. It's not illegal because a majority wasn't present but could draw fire from critics.