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Charlotte parents spoke out about the many issues facing Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools at a recent board meeting and called for Superintendent Earnest Winston to resign. These issues include a large number of guns recently found in CMS high schools, ongoing violence at schools across the district, poor student achievement numbers for multiple school years, a focus on social justice and antiracism in the district’s classroom despite a majority of students performing under grade level on basic academic skills, and ongoing allegations of sexual assaults on school campuses and the poor response by district leadership.

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