City Council rejected a resolution of support for a planned STEM curriculum in the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools on Tuesday, with the majority of council arguing the city has no role in education and one councilor suggesting a long battle over a STEM-based charter school clouded the issue.
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