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  • Charlotte Lab School strives for student diversity

    As debate swirls about diversity in North Carolina charter schools, Charlotte Lab School in uptown Charlotte has gotten special state permission to use socioeconomic status in its admission lottery to bring more balance.

As debate swirls about diversity in North Carolina charter schools, Charlotte Lab School in uptown Charlotte has gotten special state permission to use socioeconomic status in its admission lottery to bring more balance. John D. Simmons The Charlotte Observer
As debate swirls about diversity in North Carolina charter schools, Charlotte Lab School in uptown Charlotte has gotten special state permission to use socioeconomic status in its admission lottery to bring more balance. John D. Simmons The Charlotte Observer

Two popular area charter schools want to increase student diversity. Here’s their strategy.

March 12, 2017 11:10 AM