The Wake County school board's agenda for Tuesday covers a wide range of things, including student assignment, eliminating the Effectiveness Index and relocating Central Office to Cary.
During the work session that begins at 3 p.m., the board will discuss board member Kevin Hill's consensus-building approach to developing a new multi-year student assignment plan. They'll also get into a talk on the 2011-12 assignment plan, the third year of the plan adopted by the old board.
Also during the work session, the board will discuss whether to keep the process of having only one regular action meeting per month.
The cover sheet for the EVAAS resolution says that the school system will no longer allocate any resources for the Effectiveness Index.
If passed, the resolution would essentially kill off the Effectiveness Index. E&R has said that the only resources put in are staff time.