Spotlight: Juuling More »

Wrangling smoke: Regulating the billion dollar vape industry

What 1,472 North Carolina teachers had to say about e-cigs

Spotlight: Community Colleges NC More »

Professional Educator Commission tackles licensure exams and more

Legislature grants Wayne County some relief

NC STEM Center e-Update: Best of STEM in North Carolina for 2018

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Governor’s education commission discusses teacher preparation, recruitment

State Board approves ISD selection with caveats

Gametime NC

What you need to know about the NCHSAA football championships this weekend

Governor Cooper discusses Finish Line grants and expanded eligibility

EdTalk Podcast

The efficacy of Read to Achieve

Recently, the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation published a report on the state’s Read to Achieve program, a state initiative pushed by the Republican-led General Assembly to make sure children are reading on grade level. The Friday Institute report has examined the first cohorts to go through the program and found no improvement as a result of Read to Achieve interventions.… Listen now »

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Consider It Mapped

Mapping the 2017-18 school report cards

This fall, we’re back to school and back to mapping school grades after a two-year hiatus. Former features on Consider It Mapped covered grades from the 2013-14, 2014-15, and 2015-16 school years and the controversy over the equations used to derive the grades. This year, we’re expanding the functionality of the map and accompanying data visualization with a number of filters so users can play out different scenarios, pulling information for like districts and schools.… Full story »

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Perspectives More »

Reach NC Question

Question of the Week – December 3

With the holiday season in full swing, we have faith on our mind. How important is religion in your life? Do you think religion as a whole is increasing its influence on American life or losing its influence? Weigh in now.


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Press Releases More »

WCPS applauds legislative efforts to leave Carver Heights Elementary under local control

Speaker Moore to file and support second public education bond for North Carolina

Dr. Amanda Lee selected as new Bladen Community College president pending State Board approval

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