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North Carolina rethinks how to train teachers on reading instruction

A group of education leaders and experts met for the first time Friday to decide how to better prepare teachers...

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From all of us at EdNC, happy holidays y’all!

 

North Carolina Department of Public Instruction Awarded $3.4 Million in federal restart funds to help schools affected by Hurricane Dorian

The following is a press release from NC Public Schools Today The U.S. Department of Education notified NC Superintendent Mark Johnson that...

 

This school district’s three early colleges meet local needs and share community bond

Community colleges began in the basements of high schools, Amanda Rhea says as she’s navigating traffic en route to one...

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How do we achieve big goals in education? Community colleges are working on solutions.

North Carolina has seen a lot of effort dedicated to statewide conversations around education in recent years. Commissions. Court-ordered reports....

 

How a Pitt County early college cultivates success despite disadvantage

In most schools across the state, poverty is highly correlated with academic performance. But Pitt County Early College High School,...

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Reaching the ‘Mount Olympus’ of instruction: Caesar Campana of Clay County

In 1988, NASA called on American students to name the newest space shuttle in honor of Christa McAuliffe, a high...

 

North Carolina Department of Public Instruction awards $800,000 in grants for coding and mobile app development to 15 districts

The following is a press release from North Carolina Public Schools North Carolina Superintendent Mark Johnson has announced that 15...

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Kicking off a statewide conversation about the science of reading in 2020

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Can science knock down barriers to reading proficiency and rescue Read to Achieve?

Beth Rivera felt like a rock star. She was interviewing for a teaching position in Union County Public Schools, where...

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Perspective | Charlotte dual-language preschool rewrites myths for opportunity

Charlotte is not heralded as a “land of opportunity” for many of its residents. That stark reality became most public...

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Federal spending on education could increase in 2020. Learn more.