The original somewhat general state NAACP complaint against the Wake County school system has now turned into a wide-ranging review of all the major decisions made since December.
A "special review team" from AdvancED, the parent organization of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, will be coming to Raleigh soon to review the complaint filed by the NAACP. They've asked for a wide range of documents.
For instance, AdvancED want to know who developed the new community based assignment initiative and what studies and info was used to justify the move from the socioeconomic diversity policy.
The group wants any information used to determine the financial impact of ending mandatory year-round schools.
They want all information used to abandon the Forest Ridge High site.
Among the many other things, the group wants the contracts with attorney Thomas Farr and the Civitas Institute.
Click here to read the letter showing all the information requested.
Wake could have a problem if AdvancED removes accreditation from the high schools.
I'm putting the documents in chronological order.
Click here for the original NAACP complaint filed in March that started the investigation.
Click here for the amended NAACP complaint filed with SACS.
Click here for Wake's April response to the complaint. (I've reposted the link.)
Click here for the AdvancED letter asking for more information from Wake after not being satisfied with the district's response.