Here’s a quick recap of other things discussed during Tuesday’s Wake County school board meeting.
School administrators said they are working to raise the graduation rate, which is now below the state average. During a countywide principals meeting on Thursday, they’ll discuss strategies that some schools say have worked to raise the graduation rate.
It sounds like school administrators will recommend including more funding in the upcoming budget for programs designed to raise the graduation rate.
During the regular meeting, school board member John Tedesco gave a vocal defense of the school bond issue. Tedesco said the bond money is need to pay for renovations that would give students safe, quality, clean schools.
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