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North Carolina schools have lost contact with more than 10,000 students


#North #Carolina schools have lost contact with more than 10,000 students this school year during the COVID-19 pandemic.

#North #Carolina education officials recently estimated that educators cannot account for 10,000 to 15,000 public school students.

#North #Carolina schools lose contact with students

#David #Stegall, deputy superintendent for innovation for the #North #Carolina #Department of #Public #Instruction, told lawmakers earlier this month that a survey the state conducted in some districts found that the whereabouts of about 0.7% of the population are unknown. 1% of the state’s 1.5 million K-12 public school students.

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#This happens when a school has lost contact with a student. #This is often because the student left school without alerting the school or moved to another location without the parents notifying the school or responding to repeated requests for their child to return to class.

#If a student misses at least 10 consecutive days of school in #North #Carolina, their enrollment is generally disenrolled and the school attempts to contact them.

The education department said in a statement that if a student does not contact the school it does not necessarily mean that the school does not know where a student is or that the student is in danger.

#For the latest local news and in #Spanish, visit #La #Noticia.



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