Read about important Crossroads Charlotte events, information and activities.
Mecklenburg Citizens for Public Education , known as Meck Ed, launched a partnership with Crossroads Charlotte this morning at a special event featuring national columnist Leonard Pitts.
Meck Ed will host on-going DISCUSSIONS and dialogue around issues facing the public school in Charlotte-Mecklenburg on the Crossroads Charlotte Forum.
New users will receive a $100 gift card from DonorsChoose.org to help support CMS teachers and programs. The gift cards are made possible by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.
Now if you have a Twitter account you can follow Crossroads Charlotte and stay up-to-date on all things Crossroads.
Twitter is a social networking and messaging service that allows members to send and receive updates about each other, called 'tweets'. Updates are displayed on a member's home page and sent out to other members who have signed up to receive them. These messages are usually very short (140 characters or less) and the service is free over the web (use with phone service may incur charges, however. Check with your provider).
To sign up to follow Crossroads Charlotte on Twitter CLICK HERE.
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