Published Online: October 12, 2010
Published in Print: October 13, 2010, as Wake County, N.C., Changes Course

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Wake County, N.C., Changes Course

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The Wake County, N.C., school board, which drew fire for dropping a student-assignment plan based on socioeconomic diversity, has now rejected its intended substitute, meaning the board will start over in its move toward community-based schools. The board voted last week to throw out its proposed 16-zone student-assignment plan.

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