Wake County parents likely will find it harder to transfer their children into different schools this fall, especially if they're trying to leave an under-enrolled school or get into a crowded school.
The News and Observer reports that on Tuesday, the Wake County school board will consider changes to the student transfer policy that would give student assignment staff more authority to reject transfer requests. With requests that aren't subject to automatic approval, staff would balance the best interests of the child versus the impact the transfer would have on the schools involved.
Click here to read more from the News and Observer
Report a Typo
N&O: Wake County might cut back on some student transfer requests