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What are your top 2 or 3 priorities for action on the Board of Education? (40 words max)

What policies, if any, are needed to ensure equal access to learning for undocumented students and other students who face possible discrimination from students, school personnel, or others? (30 words max)

Explain your position on allowing trained teachers to be armed in classrooms. (briefly respond in 15 words maximum)

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Experience (35 words max) Education:Camden High School Honor Graduate-Camden, North Carolina Recipient of the Delta Sigma Theta Scholarship /Elizabeth City Chapter as a College Freshmen B.S. Degree, History Major -Elizabeth City State University,Magna Cum Laude Master's Degree-School Administration Elementary (LC)
3 favorite endorsements for this election Board of Education Member Chris Wilson
-Graduating more seniors with advanced diplomas and making sure every child gets a quality education. While adhering to federal mandates, Every Student Succeeds Act, individual schools must be given "site-based" license to address recognized impediments.
Polarizing political ideologies necessitate community forums to insure our citizenry successfully navigates this issue. Meanwhile, undocumented students could be protected yielding no discriminatory acts.
Support. Those opposing must suggest practicable resolutions for latency precipitates another scene.
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