N.C. State University professors Toby Parcel, left, and Andy Taylor, right, co-wrote “The End of Consensus,” a book on Wake County school assignment politics.
N.C. State University professors Toby Parcel, left, and Andy Taylor, right, co-wrote “The End of Consensus,” a book on Wake County school assignment politics. Courtesy of Toby Parcel
N.C. State University professors Toby Parcel, left, and Andy Taylor, right, co-wrote “The End of Consensus,” a book on Wake County school assignment politics. Courtesy of Toby Parcel

Book looks at end of consensus in Wake County schools

May 10, 2015 07:48 PM

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