Protests planned for N.C. district's move to neighborhood schools

07/19/2010 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

Protests over the end of a diversity policy and a move toward neighborhood schools in North Carolina's Wake County are expected from religious and civil rights organizations at Tuesday's school board meeting. Critics say the board's decision will lead to segregation. A Republican group is calling for a counter-rally in support of the neighborhood-schools plan.

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