According to a media advisory, the state NAACP has scheduled an 11:30 a.m. press conference to "comment on AdvancED's 15-page analysis of the Margiotta Caucus and its actions." It's at their offices at 114 West Parrish Street in Durham.
As you guys doubtless know, the NAACP filed the complaints that led to both the AdvancED review and the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights investigation of Wake.
The NAACP is also, not surprisingly, opposing the state House bill that would provide an alternative to AdvancED for accreditation. Click here for the online story by Thomas Goldsmith in which NAACP attorney Al McSurely accused "right-wing Republican know-nothings" of arguing that the state should create its own accreditation agency.
See end of post for NAACP press release on the report. The Rev. William Barber, president of the state NAACP, is calling praising the report and calling it "a sad confirmation of our position."