The latest twist in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools job shakeup is a new chance for employees to seek available positions starting Friday. According to a memo sent today, openings will trickle out throughout June, as CMS figures out what jobs will survive in the 2011-12 budget. District leaders planned for about 1,500 jobs to be cut and notified hundreds of people that their jobs could disappear, but then restored many of them after county commissioners bumped up the budget last week.
See previously: our inaugural episode of 282 last week. Continuing our new weekly current events roundup, we look at three new topics this week: CMS: Will the real CMS please stand up? Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools received another ... Read Post
Here's the memo Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools sent employees this week, seeking their help recruiting candidates for a program that prepares people without formal teacher training to become licensed teachers. Although the memo menti... Read Post
CMS Waddell High School Closing Sudden Change of Plans The initial plan called for Waddell's students to move to Harding and South Mecklenburg high schools. But Charlotte Mecklenburg School System announced just two hours before a p... Read Post