LITTLETON — The Community Conversation series about the status of public education in Halifax County will continue with a 6 p.m. Tuesday meeting in the Littleton Community Center.

Following up on multiple meetings across Halifax County, The Lincoln Heights Community Development Coalition, The Committee to Save Education in Halifax County, Halifax County NAACP and the Concerned Citizens of Tillery will host a Community Conversation at the center, located at 238 Oak St.

Organizers say the conversations are based on “Unless Our Children Begin to Learn Together…” The State of Education in Halifax County, a report released by the UNC Center for Civil Rights in May.

The Center for Civil Rights is also scheduled to present its report to Halifax County Commissioners at 10 a.m. at their regular meeting on Sept. 6.

 

 

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