Charlotte reform plan goes before judge tomorrow

03/7/2005 | Charlotte Observer (N.C.), The

Tomorrow's Wake Superior Court hearing will revolve around what's needed to boost achievement at Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools -- more money, as schools chief James Pughsley contends, or better management, as Judge Howard Manning Jr. suggests. The hearing will likely address the district's proposed multimillion-dollar reform plan for high-poverty schools and whether the state should pay some of its cost.

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