With a large percentage of CMS 4th graders struggling to read at grade level, Augustine Literacy Project volunteers George MacBain and Jessica Klasinski are facing the issue head on and are trying to find solutions to this ever-growing problem in CMS.

On this edition, a preview of the weekend winter weather, the big changes being mde at CMS and the Panthers

Pete Kaliner joins for the Friday Hangover on the Biden campaign. Brett Jensen stops in to discuss big changes at CMS. Callers give their perspective on potential Republican VP candidates.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg leftists are very worried that three candidates (one Democrat and two unaffiliated) are secretly conservatives. There is no evidence of this, but they are still very worried. Listen Here:

The Superintendent of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools says some schools can celebrate their scores on state assessments. However, there are now more schools designated as “low-performing” than the prior year. Also, the graduation rate declined. A result of the lockdowns. Listen Here:

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg School district joins 200 other systems in alleging that social media companies have caused behavioral and academic problems among students with their addictive products. Listen Here:

When the government runs the school system, then citizens get to determine what is taught. Which is a lesson that leftists (who have had control over the system for years) are learning. 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:

WBT news reporter and show host "Breaking" Brett Jensen joins Good Morning BT talking about how Beth is like Mary Poppins, the shooting at Julius Chambers High school involving workers contracted by Charlotte Mecklenburg schools, how Brett handles women talking loudly into their cell phones in public places, and his love for fried chicken and waffles,

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 […]