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Making the impossible possible: My journey from Guatemala to teaching in the classrooms of North Carolina

From the classroom to the community, learning about integrated development and the value of dignity

Spotlight: Lab Schools More »

D.C. Virgo Preparatory Academy, a lab school in Wilmington, wants families to come to school together

Visiting McDowell Tech: The attainment conversation must connect to jobs, collaboration is essential, and the promise of rural colleges

Threat of early college cut claims its first victim

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WestEd Leandro report to stay private for now

Leandro report into judge; unclear if it will reach public eye

Early college leaders plan for next year at RTI as Senate proposes defunding their schools

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Student Session

‘Older, sicker, poorer’ — How not to write about rural and more from the Rural Health Journalism Workshop

Farmington Woods students learn globally, take action locally


EdTalk Podcast

How to make sure every district has effective teachers

On this episode of EdTalk, host Alex Granados talks with Johanna Anderson, executive director of the Belk Foundation, about the foundation’s new funding priority aiming to make sure there is an equitable distribution of effective teachers in districts across North Carolina. In the podcast, Anderson references a podcast from 2018, which you can listen to here. … 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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Reach NC Question

Question of the Week – June 4

As schools let out for the summer, the topic of child care is on our mind. Is access to quality, affordable child care an issue in your community? Would you support or oppose efforts by the General Assembly to expand access to child care and early learning? Weigh in on our question of the week.

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Press Releases More »

High school teachers explore community college and career pathways

Legislature delays budget introduction to maximize time for Governor to submit compromise offer

Perspectives More »

Tar Heel Teachers at Home: Interview with Dr. Michael Maher, 2020 Candidate for NC State Superintendent of Public Instruction Perspective