Four charter schools cited for poor academic performance undergo review

Raleigh, N.C. — The state’s Charter Schools Advisory Board reviewed improvement plans Monday for four schools at risk of having their charters revoked due to poor academic performance.

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Board members said they were pleased with plans from three of the schools – Rocky Mount Preparatory School in Rocky Mount, North East Carolina Preparatory School in Tarboro, and Phoenix Academy in High Point – which all sent representatives to Monday’s meeting.

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The schools are not in the clear yet. The advisory board plans to follow their progress and make a recommendation about their charter status this summer.


The fourth school, Oxford Preparatory School in Oxford, provided an improvement plan that doesn’t have much meat, according to some of the board members, and the school failed to send a representative to Monday’s meeting. (Source: Read more)


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