Spotlight: EdNC 2018 More »

EdNC’s Alex Granados is Education Week’s inaugural Chronister Fellow

Deploying Reach NC Voices statewide, shaping our future

It’s time: Launching a statewide study of equity in schools across North Carolina

EdNC turns 3: The art of lifting up the public in public policy

Spotlight: Equity More »

Equity Meets Education: James Ford

Equity Meets Education: Reporter’s notes

Equity Meets Education: Toussaint Romain

Equity Meets Education: Jason Terrell

Equity Meets Education: Donnell Cannon

Perspectives More »

An equity Q&A with Danielle Gonzales, Assistant Director for Policy with the Education & Society Program at the Aspen Institute The Hunt Institute

Deploying Reach NC Voices statewide, shaping our future

NC STEM Center e-Update: Say hello to the 2018 NC STEM e-Update

Latest News More »

On WUNC’s The State of Things: Reporter Liz Bell shares film series, ‘Equity Meets Education’

Texas A&M gives $80,000 to Edgecombe organizations for teen pregnancy prevention

Special session starts tomorrow: What to expect in education

Lawmakers tackle virtual charters and licensure woes


Reach NC Voices

Teachers, do you speak your mind?

Headlines are full of teachers speaking up across the country. We want to hear from you on sharing opinions to your administration. Teachers, let us know what you think. 


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One reporter’s journey: Thank you for supporting EducationNC

EdTalk Podcast

The future of K-3 class size restrictions and what to expect from the General Assembly

Rep. Jeffrey Elmore, R-Wilkes, is an influential Republican when it comes to education, with leadership positions on the K-12 education, education approrpriations, and full appropriations committees. When he’s not at the General Assembly, he is a visual art teacher back in his home district.  In the latest edition of EdTalk, host Alex Granados sat down with Elmore to talk to him about a variety of education topics, including the K-3 class size issue, principal pay, and what issues are likely to come up in future General Assembly sessions. … Listen now »

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Consider It Mapped

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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Press Releases More »

Public School Forum of North Carolina to release Top 10 Education Issues for 2018

Representative Graig Meyer named board chair of STEMx