Perspective | It’s time to act and help mitigate the disruption to a ‘sound basic education’
by Alex Quigley |
It’s time for the governor and North Carolina General Assembly to take bold and decisive action in response to the...
Suddenly at home with your young children? Here’s how to keep them engaged and learning.
by Liz Bell |
As child care facilities struggle to decide whether to close during the coronavirus pandemic, many parents might face a lot...
Perspective | District approaches to coronavirus
by Ann McColl |
The Innovation Project (TIP) brings together forward-thinking North Carolina school district superintendents to find and implement innovative and transformative practices in public education so...
Lessons from the field: Resources from a regional-remote school
by Mary Willson |
On March 13, one day before Gov. Roy Cooper announced that all North Carolina public schools would close for at...
March 18, 2020
by Mebane Rash |
Perspective | Introducing NC Career Launch to the NC work-based learning ecosystem
by Matthew Meyer |
How thrilled would an employer be if every one of their existing employees and future hires felt this way about...
Classroom Central: Easing a burden on teachers through free supplies
by Caroline Parker |
In 2000, the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce took more than 50 business leaders on a field trip of sorts. On...
How Elizabeth City-Pasquotank is trying to churn out effective teachers
by Alex Granados |
Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools is gearing up for an experiment with Elizabeth City State University to transform the way teachers...
Community colleges extend Spring Break, cancel classes and move to online instruction in response to COVID-19
by Staff |
The following is a press release from NC Community College System Community colleges across North Carolina have extended Spring Break,...
College in the time of coronavirus
by Nation Hahn |
I’ve written and rewritten this opening paragraph many times. It’s hard to know what to say when everything feels as...