How do you explain Wake County's new choice-based student assignment plan to realtors?
That will be Wake Superintendent Tony Tata's job on Friday when he gives a presentation to the Raleigh Regional Association of REALTORS. According to a press release, Tata "will discuss the new choice based school assignment plan and ways that REALTORS can be best informed and assist their clients."
"We look forward to hearing from Mr. Tata and exploring ways the REALTOR® Community can partner with Wake County Schools," said RRAR president Linda Trevor in the press release.
Real estate agents were frustrated by the old node-based plan. But whether they'll find the new one any easier to explain to customers remains to be seen. The meeting is only open to RRAR members.