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"The Right to Read" draws big crowd in Chapel Hill


The Chapel Hill-Carrboro NAACP's Education Committee partnered recently with McDougle

Elementary and the Chapel Hill Public Library to host a free screening of the film The Right to Read, followed by a panel discussion. This event was informed by the NAACP’s mission to eliminate achievement gaps, and is aligned with one of our branch’s four priorities for 2024 – “Accountability in CHCCS.”


In addition to the screening and discussion, the more than 85 attendees were provided with data regarding reading proficiency by demographics and resources related to research-based reading instruction.


R2R-CHCCS Proficiency Scores
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In an effort to focus the discussion on our local landscape, all participants were CHCCS

educators and/or parents: Patricia Albornoz (Elementary Teacher), Eugenia Floyd (Specialist in Instructional and Curricular Equity), Meri Harper (Pediatrician), Kirtisha Jones (Elementary

Principal), Jocelyn Miller (Former Middle School CTE Teacher), and Joya Sutton (Title 1 Interventionist). Allison Willis (School Systems Leader) served as Moderator.



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