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Education issues highlighted

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In addition to her appearance on Fox Charlotte Television, Lindalyn Kakadelis appeared in an education panel discussion this week sponsored by WFAE Radio. The Charlotte Observer published both a short article previewing the event and a recap of the discussion. Speaking of education-related issues, Carolina Journal Associate Editor David Bass wrote an article for Education Next magazine discussing fraud in government-funded school lunch programs. Meanwhile, the News & Observer‘s education blog highlighted a CJ exclusive from Bass focusing on the prospect of at-large elections for future Wake County school board contests.

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