Wake Ed

August 18, 2014

Wake County now distributing school board materials electronically

Instead of providing paper packets for school board meetings, the Wake County school system is now posting the information online.

The Wake County school system is going digital with the materials presented at school board materials.

Wake is now using eBoard to post online the board meeting agendas and the background material for each item. Wake will stop distributing paper packets for the board meetings.

The State Board of Education has used eBoard for the past few years to post meeting material.

Click here for Wake’s link. What you won’t see yet until is the background data for Tuesday’s work session presentation on the draft 2015-16 student assignment plan.

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