Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools offered the first round of data last night on the impact of closing 10 schools last year. The closures will save the district money, but it's unclear how they've affected academics.
Two years ago, the CMS board voted to close the schools, saying it would save money and create better learning environments. Last night, the district provided a whole slew of information to begin to see if that was the case. Superintendent Heath Morrison pointed out the academic data isn't straight-forward.