CMS Teachers Given ‘Optional’ Workday As Protest Is Expected

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Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Superintendent Clayton Wilcox on Charlotte Talks with Mike Collins.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Superintendent Clayton Wilcox on Charlotte Talks with Mike Collins.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools teachers will have an “optional” workday May 16 as the district prepares for the possibility of a statewide protest in Raleigh.

At least 2,000 CMS teachers have requested the day off, according to CMS Superintendent Clayton Wilcox.

In a statement, Wilcox said the decision to allow for an optional workday was made in conjunction with the school board and with the student safety in mind.

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