State government is keeping us busy this holiday season. Here is an update from Alex Granados:
After the Republican-led General Assembly voted into law House Bill 17 earlier this month, which transfers certain powers from the State Board of Education to the state Superintendent of Public Instruction, the State Board filed a lawsuit this week in a Wake County Superior Court and a judge has halted the transfer of powers until a hearing next week.
Judge halts the power transfer to the new state school superintendent
A Wake County judge on Thursday halted any changes that would come with a new law transferring power from the State Board of Education to the new state superintendent.<br /> <br /> ... Read the rest
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