Wake superintendent to meet with NAACP
Wake schools Superintendent Tony Tata will meet with the state NAACP on Wednesday to talk about diversity and the controversial move away from the district's longstanding practice of busing students.Posted — Updated
The 3 p.m. meeting is part of Superintendent Tony Tata's countywide tour to get acquainted with his new school district and its current issues and challenges.
The civil rights group requested the meeting because of its concerns about high-quality and constitutional educational opportunities for all students enrolled in the Wake County schools.
Also on Wednesday, Tata will meet at with parents and students at 6:30 p.m. at Martin Street Baptist Church during a forum sponsored by the student group NC Heat (Heroes Emerging Among Teens) and the Parent Advocacy Work Group.
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