Wake County Superintendent Tony Tata is recommending two vastly differently approaches to deal with under-enrolled schools.
As noted in today's article, one approach had the school board voting Tuesday to set aside $896,000 to provide additional teachers to five small underutilized elementary schools. The article also noted how when it comes to underutilized multi-track year-round schools, Tata wants to pursue the option of letting them switch to a single track.
Let's start with the small elementary schools discussion.
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