CHAPEL HILL - A special panel from your Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools will meet today at 4 p.m. to talk about budget cuts and teaching. The panelists include Director of Student Equity, Graig Meyer, Former Teacher for East Chapel Hill High, Jennifer Colletti, and Assistant Superintendent for Support Services, Todd LoFrese.
The panel will discuss the budget and the effect that recent cuts could have on teaching and students.
Director of Student Equity, Graig Meyer, will be able to answer difficult questions on how the budget cuts are affecting affordability of college for students, and the impact that it has on the families.
As a former teacher, Jennifer Colletti can give insight on how the budget cuts affect teachers in the state and the future of teaching as a profession.
Assistant Superintendent, Todd LoFrese, can let you know which budget reductions are impacting the area the most and if any recent legislation causes concern for the school the system.
Tune in to 97.9 FM WCHL and click here to hear all the comments live Monday at 4:00 p.m.http://chapelboro.com/news/pre-k-12-education/school-panel-preview/