The Wake Education Partnership is focusing on the lack of trust among school board members in this week's review of happenings in the school district.
The WEP says "a school board committee is the proper place to hash out the details" of how to blend the desegregation resolution and the community-based schools resolution.
"But board minority members have come to distrust that process," the WEP writes. "They have repeatedly and ferociously complained that no major decisions have come through committee since the new five-member majority took control Dec. 1.
Out of time, out of trust and out of ideas on how to compromise, the board approved the resolution on a 5-4 vote."