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Press Conference on How Professional Learning Teams Help Students

RALEIGH, N.C., Nov. 10 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Professional Learning Teams (PLTs) are an important part of helping Wake County students achieve academic success. At a press conference on Thursday, November 12, the Wake NCAE will invite parents, community leaders and school board members to celebrate American Education Week by joining educators at local schools during a PLT Wednesday session.


Professional Learning Communities (PLTs) Help Students' Press Conference


Suite 100

3900 Merton Street

Raleigh, NC


Thursday, November 12 at 10 a.m.


Jennifer Lanane, Wake NCAE president

Sara Martin, president, Wake County PTA

Dana King, president, Principals Division, Wake NCAE


American Education Week is November 15 -21, 2009. The theme is Great Public Schools: A Basic Right and Our Responsibility. PLTs are part of achieving great public schools for every child in the Wake County Public School system (WCPSS). Educators want to keep this important time to communicate, cooperate, and help ensure that all children's educational needs are met.

Wake NCAE represents nearly 5,000 public school employees in the WCPSS.


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