Wake County school board chairman Ron Margiotta has added to tonight's meeting agenda a vote on rejoining the N.C. School Boards Association.
It would cost $27,265 for Wake to rejoin. Margiotta praised NCSBA's help in the past with policy revisions
Citing financial costs, the GOP majority had voted 5-4 last June to pull out the School Boards Association. Wake is the only school district in the state not to be a member of the group.
Superintendent Tony Tata had recommended rejoining the NCSBA.
The school board voted to rejoin the NCSBA.