New $237K CMS website scrapped after parents complained it wasn’t user-friendly

New $237K CMS website scrapped after parents complained it wasn’t user-friendly

CHARLOTTE — Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools spent $237,000 on a new website but after six months of it being online, the district scrapped it.

Parents and others said it was difficult to navigate through the new version, so the district went back to its previous version.

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In the video at the top of this webpage, education reporter Elsa Gillis speaks with parents who had problems using the new website.


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