State Superintendent Mark Johnson praises legislation that advances shared priorities for education
by Staff |
The following is a press release from North Carolina Public Schools State Superintendent Mark Johnson is praising the approval of two...
Federal guidance issued yesterday for use of funds to support access to postsecondary for students with learning differences
by Mebane Rash |
For some students, a storm’s harm isn’t visible. Here’s how students at one school help each other recover.
by Rupen R. Fofaria |
When Hurricane Florence hit last year, less than a month had passed since students around Duplin County went back-to-school shopping,...
Perspective | Competency-based education: What it is and why we should consider it
by Allison Redden |
This is the second piece in a series of perspectives on competency-based education. Read the first article here. With a...
How one school is building a STEM pipeline for minority students with a direct pathway to college
by Analisa Sorrells |
Nestled on the fourth floor of a downtown Indianapolis mall, Purdue Polytechnic High School is unassuming from the outside —...
Year Up, a workforce development program for low-income students, comes to Charlotte
by Liz Bell |
Year Up, a national nonprofit that aims to launch careers for low-income young adults, announced its first North Carolina site...
US House passes the Future Act on funding for HBCUs
by Mebane Rash |
Perspective | Tar Heel Teachers at Home: Interview with Dr. Patrick Miller, 2019 NC Superintendent of the Year
by Marlow Artis |
Tar Heel Teachers at Home is a weekly videocast focused on engaging North Carolinians in conversations about education. Each week,...
Awake58: Finish Line Grants, the budget, and more
by Molly Osborne |
This is a copy of the Awake58 newsletter originally sent on Tuesday, September 17, 2019. Click here to subscribe. Lessons learned...