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  • Building support for state takeover of schools

    Eric Hall, superintendent of the N.C. Innovative School District, explains why he dropped two schools from consideration for state takeover and how he's trying to build public support for the program.

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Eric Hall, superintendent of the N.C. Innovative School District, explains why he dropped two schools from consideration for state takeover and how he's trying to build public support for the program.
Keung Hui khui@newsobserver.com