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School Board in Turmoil » Wake County school board member John Tedesco, background, listens as SAS Institute’s Dr. William Sanders, foreground, explains a student performance study. “It makes the schools appear better than they are,” said Sanders adding that the school system uses a model that places low expectations on groups of students because of their socioeconomic status.

Wake County school board member John Tedesco, background, listens as SAS Institute’s Dr. William Sanders, foreground, explains a student performance study. “It makes the schools appear better than they are,” said Sanders adding that the school system uses a model that places low expectations on groups of students because of their socioeconomic status.

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