The House Select Committee on An Education System for North Carolina’s Future held a public hearing at South Asheboro Middle School in Asheboro yesterday. Committee members heard presentations from:
- The superintendent of Randolph County Schools on Apprenticeship Randolph
- The superintendent of Asheboro City Schools
- The superintendent of Uwharrie Charter Academy
For the second hour of the meeting, lawmakers heard comments from the public.
Public confidence in K-12 principals has fallen during the pandemic, with a sharper decline among Republican and Republican-leaning Independents, art of an overall drop in trust in public institutions and experts.... Read the rest