The hallway of Shamrock Gardens Elementary is decorated with letters students wrote to Charlotte legislators to encourage them to come to their school. North Carolina legislators visited the school to have a discussion with parents and CMS teachers about how the state-issued letter grade given to each North Carolina school doesn’t reflect progress at their campus.
The hallway of Shamrock Gardens Elementary is decorated with letters students wrote to Charlotte legislators to encourage them to come to their school. North Carolina legislators visited the school to have a discussion with parents and CMS teachers about how the state-issued letter grade given to each North Carolina school doesn’t reflect progress at their campus. T. ORTEGA GAINES ogaines@charlotteobserver.com
The hallway of Shamrock Gardens Elementary is decorated with letters students wrote to Charlotte legislators to encourage them to come to their school. North Carolina legislators visited the school to have a discussion with parents and CMS teachers about how the state-issued letter grade given to each North Carolina school doesn’t reflect progress at their campus. T. ORTEGA GAINES ogaines@charlotteobserver.com

Shamrock Gardens pushes back on school letter grades

February 20, 2015 02:55 PM