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Chapel Hill High School has a nationwide reputation for academic excellence, but critics claim that a minute percentage of academically gifted students are responsible for this reputation, and that average and sub-par students are neglected.
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro School System is considering allowing the Edison Project, a private, for-profit company, to run its newest elementary school in 1999. Some citizens want to know why some Edison schools have not progressed as promised.
Parents of children attending Carrboro elementary schools are concerned about a proposed redistricting strategy for Chapel Hill-Carrboro city schools. Michelle Brownstein, the chairwoman for the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education, says that board members will be discussing several options including opening a new magnet school in Chapel Hill or redistricting and moving hundreds of students in either the fall of 2014 or 2015.