WBT News reporter and show host "Breaking" Brett Jensen joins Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson & Beth Troutman talking about his one-on-one interview with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Superintendent Crystal Hill, an A.I. generated political robocall that mimicked the voice of President Joe Biden telling voters to skip today's primary election in New Hampshire, and the Carolina Panthers promoting former Panthers' linebacker, former Assistant General Manager Dan Morgan to the position of President of Football Operations/General Manager.
Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson & Beth Troutman and special guests automotive expert Tom Blocker, cyber security expert Theresa Payton, WBT afternoon show host Brett Winterble, WBT news reporter and show host "Breaking" Brett Jensen, Charlotte City Council member Tariq Bokhari, former Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board member Rhonda Cheek, and WBT News Director Mark Garrison with Dirty Restaurant Tuesday!
Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson & Beth Troutman and special guests Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board At-Large candidate Bill Fountain, WBT afternoon show host Brett Winterble, and former White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney.
Hours of public comment from teachers, activists, and parents outraged over the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board’s adoption of new policies to comply with state law called the Parents’ Bill of Rights. Listen Here:
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board adopted a series of policy changes to comply with a new state law called the Parents’ Bill of Rights. Teachers, parents, and activists expressed outrage. One school board member said she and her family are harassed because she’s bisexual and her husband is gender fluid. Listen Here:
Saying “perfection can’t be the enemy of progress,” Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board members approved new student assignment plans that move tens of thousands of students in dozens of schools in the southern part of the county. Parents say the district relied too heavily on socio-economic status to balance schools and, in the process, blew up their […]
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board adopted new student assignment maps, impacting tens of thousands of kids and more-than two dozen schools. And while the district pays lip service to four guiding principles in developing the maps, the highest priority is quite obviously socio-economic status data. And, as it’s been for two decades, this SES data is […]
The pandemic school lockdowns gave parents a new (and sometimes startling) view into what their kids’ classrooms were teaching. It prompted backlash over things like Critical Race Theory, Radical Gender Theory, and poor performance. And now, voters will be heading to the polls to register their opposition – or support. From the Carolina Journal: School […]
Ro Lawsin is a candidate for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board District One – a race that was just upended after the incumbent announced that she had changed her mind and would seek re-election.
Brad Slager, columnist at RedState.com, discusses how businesses are starting to ignore journalists’ demands for them to take positions on controversial political topics. Also, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools’ clear backpack debacle.