National expert leads panel on desegregation and CMS

Rucker Johnson, a nationally known speaker on poverty and inequality, will lead a panel discussion Thursday on the re-segregation of public schools.
By Ann Doss Helms, The Charlotte Observer | November 9, 2015

Is Colette Forrest on a personal ‘vendetta’?

In a Q&A with Qcitymetro, the Charlotte mom talks about why she has launched a public campaign to install new leadership at the helm of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools.
By Glenn Burkins | October 14, 2015

‘Stick’ Williams: CMS needs stability

Speaking at Tuesday night's school board meeting, the co-chair of Project LIFT threw his tacit support behind keeping Superintendent Ann Clark beyond her contract, which expires next summer.
By Glenn Burkins | October 14, 2015

CMS needs reading mentors

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools is looking for mentors willing to tutor students in reading. The program is designed to help students on several grade levels.
By QCity Metro Staff | October 7, 2015