The Chester County School District says it will replace School Resource Officers from the Sheriff's Office with security officers from a private company.
There's a push in Raleigh to make the assault of a public school teacher by a student an automatic felony.
Clark hosted the first of three community meetings on her billion dollar budget proposal at Hopewell High in Huntersville Thursday night.
Superintendent Ann Clark spoke about her $1.3 billion budget plan Wednesday at Pineville Elementary School.
CMS superintendent Ann Clark is asking for almost $40 million more for next year's budget.
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Former CMS board member and new State Senator Joyce Waddell wants to boost salaries for veteran teachers.
The idea of single-gender classrooms in some Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools is stealing headlines, but it's only one of several ideas for new magnet programs.
Board members started discussing the search process at a special meeting Wednesday night, but did not come away with a formal process for finding the next superintendent.
The doors will stay closed for Entrepreneur High School. The State Board of Education voted to revoke the Charlotte school's charter Thursday.
Protesters disrupted a UNC Board of Governors meeting in Charlotte today, as the board discussed eliminating three community-supported centers.
Tracking down and cracking cases of anonymous threats made against local schools. It's the secret side of social media behind a growing number of threats here in our area.
Report cards are out, and less than half of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools made an A or B under the state's new letter grade system.
Superintendent Ann Clark says the number of chronic absences is up about two percent in low-income elementary and middle schools. Those students typically miss 18 days a year.
CMS now has a new superintendent in place, and she is laying out her plan to keep the district moving forward.
Omega Psi Phi is suspended from JCSU's campus. Police arrested five of the fraternity brothers earlier this week. Detectives are still looking for Carlton Richardson.
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education voted to appoint Deputy Superintendent Ann Clark superintendent of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools at its Jan. 27 meeting.
Entrepreneur High School in east Charlotte has 49 students. State law requires at least 65. The school is projected to be at least $400,000 in debt by the end of 2015.
As WCCB News @ 10 reported Monday night, a source tells WCCB Charlotte that Deputy Superintendent Ann Clark will be named to fill Morrison's position in the next 60 days.
School children will be waiting for the bus in what will feel like sub-zero temperatures Thursday.
CMS students interested in attending magnet, career or technical schools have a little more than two weeks left to apply.
CMS is trying to fill another round of vacancies in specialized and critical needs areas.
Two new schools, and two schools that will reopen, will help relieve overcrowding in Charlotte-Mecklenburg classrooms.
CMS Legal Counsel George Battle tells WCCB News @ Ten anchor Morgan Fogarty that fiery letter he sent to the school board probably didn't help calm the waters but he's not backing down off the message.
For the first time, we're hearing from students who say they were blind sided by Morrison's resignation.