Moderator Steve Crump asks a question of Democratic mayoral candidates, including Michael Barnes, Charlotte Mayor Dan Clodfelter, David Howard and Jennifer Roberts (l-r) during Wednesday’s debate.
Moderator Steve Crump asks a question of Democratic mayoral candidates, including Michael Barnes, Charlotte Mayor Dan Clodfelter, David Howard and Jennifer Roberts (l-r) during Wednesday’s debate. David T. Foster III dfoster@charlotteobserver.com
Moderator Steve Crump asks a question of Democratic mayoral candidates, including Michael Barnes, Charlotte Mayor Dan Clodfelter, David Howard and Jennifer Roberts (l-r) during Wednesday’s debate. David T. Foster III dfoster@charlotteobserver.com
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CMS school poverty cap sounds good, but could be tough

September 04, 2015 03:00 AM

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