Wake County Public Schools are still having class on May 16, despite the state-wide push for a teacher walkout.
Recently, North Carolina’s second-largest school district, Charlotte-Mecklenburg, decided to join Chapel Hill-Carrboro and Durham Public Schools in allowing teachers to walk out of school to lobby lawmakers in Raleigh with a list of demands. …
Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools made their decision on Thursday, the day after Durham Public Schools voted in support of closing schools that day and treating it as an optional teacher workday.
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro school board also voted to make it an optional teacher workday.