NC State Board of Education Adopts 10-Point Grading Scale for High Schools, Reduces Credit for Advanced Placement Courses
The N.C. State Board of Education recently approved switching to a 10-point grading scale at North Carolina high schools.
On September 30, 2014, Carolina Parent hosted a live Facebook chat with Dr. Rebecca Jackson, Center Director of the Brain Balance Center of Cary, on understanding ADHD. Here's a transcript of the conversation:
You asked, we have answers to your questions about Common Core State Standards in N.C. public schools.