From right, second graders Natalia Fong, Ahngel Sanders, and Chris Granados read books donated through the WAKE Up and Read book drive at Brentwood Elementary School in Raleigh in this 2014 file photo. A new report finds that Southern states must find ways to address the needs of the increasingly diverse student enrollment in the public schools.
From right, second graders Natalia Fong, Ahngel Sanders, and Chris Granados read books donated through the WAKE Up and Read book drive at Brentwood Elementary School in Raleigh in this 2014 file photo. A new report finds that Southern states must find ways to address the needs of the increasingly diverse student enrollment in the public schools. News & Observer file photo News & Observer file photo
From right, second graders Natalia Fong, Ahngel Sanders, and Chris Granados read books donated through the WAKE Up and Read book drive at Brentwood Elementary School in Raleigh in this 2014 file photo. A new report finds that Southern states must find ways to address the needs of the increasingly diverse student enrollment in the public schools. News & Observer file photo News & Observer file photo

NC and the rest of the South need to improve education, report says

January 30, 2018 09:32 AM