Wednesday wrap: Senate calls for Wake school board shuffling, ending class-size caps

Posted April 17, 2013

Capitol Bureau Chief Laura Leslie and investigative reporter Mark Binker recap Wednesday's action at the state legislature. The Wrap @NCCapitol (April 17) The Wrap @NCCapitol (April 17)



A measure to shuffle how Wake County school board members are elected cleared a Senate committee and another Senate committee called for an end to capping class sizes in kindergarten through third grade.

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  • smith9802 Apr 18, 2:14 p.m.

    So not only do they want MORE kids in the classroom, they also want to do this with LESS teacher's aids in there as well?! With less funding, and more testing. Where is the logic? Where is the common sense in this?