The State Board of Education Executive Committee met virtually Monday and voted to approve 17 Tier 1 and 2 school districts in North Carolina for the inaugural cohort of NC Education Corps. The Corps would train individuals from communities around the state to help their school districts in a variety of capacities including tutoring, mentoring, and more.
Read more about the NC Education Corps here.
Here are the 17 school districts: Ashe County Schools, Camden County Schools, Clinton City Schools, Cumberland County Schools, Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Schools, Halifax County Schools, Hickory City Schools, Jones County Schools, Lexington City Schools, Mount Airy City Schools, Newton-Conover City Schools, Perquimans County Schools, Person County Schools, Pitt County Schools, Stanly County Schools, Vance County School, Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools.
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