NC STEM Center e-Update: CASMT deadline extended after Florence

Educators look for next steps amid Craven County’s Florence aftermath

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Florence is gone, but her impact is still being assessed

RE-Brand NC Education shifting the conversation

Superintendent Mark Johnson announces School Safety Month


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Summer camp builds English language learners’ confidence in Chapel Hill

Meet the high schoolers who spent their summer doing clinical research

Haircuts, hot dogs, and pews full of bookbags: How churches prepare students for school

EdTalk Podcast

How NELA prepares principals to lead North Carolina schools

Principal Donnell Cannon, right, sits with a student at lunch at North Edgecombe High School.  Liz Bell/EducationNC Principals are second only to the teacher when it comes to impact on student achievement, according to Bonnie Fusarelli, director of the Northeast Leadership Academy (NELA) NELA is a principal preparation program that specifically targets historically low-performing schools The program started in 2009 with funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and graduated its first cohort in 2012 On this episode of EdTalk, host Alex Granados talks with Bonnie Fusarelli.… Listen now »

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North Carolina’s teacher and student demographics

In the lead-up to this year’s election, demographics — gender, race, and ethnicity — have been a big part of the conversation; these factors often impact opinions about issues and, ultimately, the way that people vote. It sometimes feels like you can’t turn on the news today without hearing a story connected to race and/or gender.… Full story »

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myFutureNC blog series: North Carolina’s thirty-six independent colleges & universities strengthen the future of our state and our citizens myFutureNC

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Question of the Week – September 17

September is Attendance Awareness Month. This week, we are focusing on new data about rates of chronic absenteeism in North Carolina schools and districts.

First, answer the question below. Then, you can look up the specific chronic absenteeism rate for any school district or individual school in North Carolina.

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New report shows 64,000 students chronically absent in NC elementary schools

NC Department Of Public Instruction announces leadership changes

Greene County Schools named one of the nation’s most innovative districts

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