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12789
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North and South Carolina's largest and 35th in the nation, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg consolidated school system employs 6,300 people. 2,700 of the employees serve as instructional staff in at least 99 schools attended by 63,000 students. Generously financed, school construction continues as does the creation of special programs.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 30 Issue 23, Apr 1963, p20, il
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12788
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Referencing Davidson, Queens, Charlotte, Mecklenburg, and John C. Smith University, Mecklenburg County is home to five colleges and universities. This article provides brief histories and details pertaining to each.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 30 Issue 23, Apr 1963, p14-15, 38, il
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24911
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Heath Morrison struggles with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg school system. While he has many plans to fix the system and is described as excellent at listening to the problems others voice, there is some concern that he is just a listener and not an activist.
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29134
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The average cost of pre-school from infancy to kindergarten costs most than a year of tuition at UNC-Chapel Hill. Given this price, which is unreachable for most families of the 70,000 children under the age of five in Mecklenburg County, Commissioner Trevor Fuller proposed providing universal access to early childhood education. The proposal has garnered support from local business leaders and the Charlotte-Mecklenberg Opportunity Task Force.