Informing Today. Inspiring Tomorrow.
A master’s degree from a program
accredited by the American Library
Association (or from a master’s level
program in library and information
studies accredited or recognized by
the appropriate national body of
another country) is the appropriate
professional degree for librarians.
A highly qualified candidate
will also hold appropriate state
certification as a school library
media specialist and have completed
a teacher preparation program
and/or educational degree.
Virtual Learning has responsibility for supporting programs for grades 6-12 that provide virtual and blended opportunities for initial credit and credit recovery. These programs include:
North Carolina Virtual Public Schools,
Credit Recovery options: Edgenuity and NCVPS
Providing training and support for virtual learning,
Supporting schools as they transition to provide more blended learning options.
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District website (WWW.CMS.K12.NC.US) is in the process of
being updated to ensure compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
In the interim, any website accessibility concerns may be brought via the following, Email:
or Call: 980.343.0115.