Supporting one another during a lesson on poet Langston Hughes, (from left) Jhi'Mir Carter, Kayden Marbury, Josiah Smith, Amir Qadir, and Jazlyn Turay participate in Lydia Cuomo's Kindergarten classroom at PAVE Southeast Raleigh Charter School on February 17, 2016. Wake County school administrators say that they could have to provide millions of dollars more to charter schools for the 2016-17 school year.
Supporting one another during a lesson on poet Langston Hughes, (from left) Jhi'Mir Carter, Kayden Marbury, Josiah Smith, Amir Qadir, and Jazlyn Turay participate in Lydia Cuomo's Kindergarten classroom at PAVE Southeast Raleigh Charter School on February 17, 2016. Wake County school administrators say that they could have to provide millions of dollars more to charter schools for the 2016-17 school year. Corey Lowenstein clowenst@newsobserver.com
Supporting one another during a lesson on poet Langston Hughes, (from left) Jhi'Mir Carter, Kayden Marbury, Josiah Smith, Amir Qadir, and Jazlyn Turay participate in Lydia Cuomo's Kindergarten classroom at PAVE Southeast Raleigh Charter School on February 17, 2016. Wake County school administrators say that they could have to provide millions of dollars more to charter schools for the 2016-17 school year. Corey Lowenstein clowenst@newsobserver.com
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