Tuesday 21 Aug 2018

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Superintendent Discusses Charter Schools

(NORTH CAROLINA NEWS NETWORK) — While many in traditional public education say charter schools and other alternatives are a drain, one school leader says they provide a needed challenge.

Johnston County Schools Superintendent Ross Renfrow says it provides some competition and means that his teachers and administrators have goals they have to live up to.

In his district’s case, they have laid out a long term improvement plan — called JoCo 2020 which he says is “vision of what teaching and learning should look like.”

 

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