Remote Learning

Charlotte Barber

Relief is coming for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools families who say remote learning means too much screen time for their children, Chief Academic Officer Brian Kingsley told the school board Tuesday.

He says CMS will release new standards for screen time next week.

Natalie and Nick Foy

A lawsuit seeking to force Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools to bring students back to schools is raising questions about white parents who say they’re standing up for communities of color. 

Charlotte Barber

 

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools is still trying to get 16,000 students connected to the internet for remote classes. But other families say they have the opposite problem: Their kids are spending way too much time in front of a screen. 

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools

Starting Wednesday, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools is offering drive-up Wi-Fi access at seven locations around the county to help students connect to remote lessons. 

Two major platforms for remote lessons crashed or slowed Monday morning, as schools across America joined North Carolina in opening online classes.