The House Education Appropriations Committee will meet for the first time this session at 8:30 a.m. this morning to discuss how its process will work. At 1, the House K-12 Education Committee will meet to take up a pair of local school calendar flexibility bills. EducationNC’s Alex Granados will be at both meetings.
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