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Coronavirus

How will grading happen during COVID-19? State Board of Education gives guidance

The State Board of Education came up with grading guidance for schools during a conference call meeting today as it...

Ask & Answer | Providing school meals safely during COVID-19

We’ve heard a lot of questions about how to safely provide school meals to students during COVID-19. For guidance, start...

Ask & Answer | An open letter to the Class of 2020 from EdNC

Dear Class of 2020, One of the hardest questions we have received since the start of the coronavirus pandemic is,...

Share your voice with us: What questions do you have about education during COVID-19?

At EdNC, we strive to be the best in the world at listening. Listening to our state’s students, educators, and...

Perspective | From flood to pandemic: Why NC is ready for what comes next

Twenty years ago, when I was in my third year teaching English at Tarboro High School, one of my knucklehead...

Ask & Answer | What we know about serving students with disabilities, AP classes, and student privacy in the time of coronavirus

You’ve got lots of questions, and we are trying to keep up with at least the beginnings of some answers....

Google and Caldwell Community College join to address students’ remote-learning needs

As community colleges switch most of their instruction to remote teaching during the COVID-19 crisis, students obviously need both internet...

Child care centers that remain open face challenges — and tough choices

Over the last week, Kristen Idacavage, director of Kids R Kids Learning Academy, a private child care center and elementary...

Perspective | Some of us drive buses

Some of us drive buses. Some of us serve food. Some of us teach. Some of us coach. Some of...

Coronavirus

How will grading happen during COVID-19? State Board of Education gives guidance

The State Board of Education came up with grading guidance for schools during a conference call meeting today as it...

Community Colleges

Google and Caldwell Community College join to address students’ remote-learning needs

As community colleges switch most of their instruction to remote teaching during the COVID-19 crisis, students obviously need both internet...

Coronavirus

Child care centers that remain open face challenges — and tough choices

Over the last week, Kristen Idacavage, director of Kids R Kids Learning Academy, a private child care center and elementary...

Coronavirus

Inside one district’s efforts to feed all students during COVID-19

Two weeks ago, district-level discussions about the impact of COVID-19 on Wilson County Public Schools included things like cancelling after...

Coronavirus

Questions about early learning during the COVID-19 outbreak? We want to help.

Whether you are a child care center director trying to decide whether to close, or an educator looking for distance...

Coronavirus

Schools now closed until May 15 due to COVID-19

Update 6:22 p.m.: A press release from the State Board of Education and state Superintendent of Public Instruction Mark Johnson...

Community Colleges

In this crisis together: How community colleges are handling COVID-19

The State Board of Community Colleges voted to approve five temporary amendments to help with the impact of COVID-19 in...

Coronavirus

Suddenly at home with your young children? Here’s how to keep them engaged and learning.

As child care facilities struggle to decide whether to close during the coronavirus pandemic, many parents might face a lot...

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Coronavirus

Ask & Answer | Providing school meals safely during COVID-19

We’ve heard a lot of questions about how to safely provide school meals to students during COVID-19. For guidance, start...

Coronavirus

Ask & Answer | An open letter to the Class of 2020 from EdNC

Dear Class of 2020, One of the hardest questions we have received since the start of the coronavirus pandemic is,...

Coronavirus

Share your voice with us: What questions do you have about education during COVID-19?

At EdNC, we strive to be the best in the world at listening. Listening to our state’s students, educators, and...

Coronavirus

Ask & Answer | What we know about serving students with disabilities, AP classes, and student privacy in the time of coronavirus

You’ve got lots of questions, and we are trying to keep up with at least the beginnings of some answers....

Hope Starts Here

Mariah Morris and Julie Pittman share how NC is showing up in new ways to serve students

The Hope Starts Here podcast surfaces good news stories in the education space. We’re talking to education leaders, teachers, students,...

Literacy

Talking reading and policy with President Pro Tem Senator Phil Berger

Editor’s Note: Alex Granados and Mebane Rash edited this interview for length, clarity, and keeping it to policy. I’d like...

Coronavirus

Ask & Answer | What about school funding and budget flexibility during coronavirus?

Readers are asking about school funding and budget flexibility. Charles Perusse, the state budget director with the Office of State...

K-12

In this rural community, ‘there’s a lot of heart’

Editor’s Note: Robert’s documentary, Anchored in Tarboro, is the first in a series for EdNC on the strength we see...

Friday with Ferrel

Perspective | An invitation to participate in activities of a democracy

The slender official-looking envelope arrived in my mailbox last Friday, a small sign of normality in a time thrown out...

Coronavirus

Perspective | From flood to pandemic: Why NC is ready for what comes next

Twenty years ago, when I was in my third year teaching English at Tarboro High School, one of my knucklehead...

Innovation

Perspective | It’s time to recognize and value innovation in our schools

This is the fifth piece in a week-long series of perspectives on innovative practices in North Carolina public schools. Follow along...

Coronavirus

Perspective | Some of us drive buses

Some of us drive buses. Some of us serve food. Some of us teach. Some of us coach. Some of...

Innovation

Perspective | Embracing innovation in Caldwell County Schools

This is the fourth piece in a week-long series of perspectives on innovative practices in North Carolina public schools. Follow along...

Uncategorized

Perspective | Where are college students counted for the 2020 Census?

Across North Carolina, there are many communities impacted by the presence of a college or university. Where will these students be...