A recent bid by the Wake County Commission to take over school site ownership and construction isn’t new. In fact, the Commission has been trying to change the way schools are built since at least 2002.
The Wake County School Board’s first 2013 meeting Tuesday focused on the search for a new school superintendent. That and replacing a board member are two key goals in the first few months of the year.
The Wake County Board of Education met Tuesday to hear the outline of how the third assignment policy in three years might work for Wake schools. Members delayed upcoming public hearings and questioned the lack of a clear diversity component.