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Ask & Answer | What about school funding and budget flexibility during coronavirus?

Readers are asking about school funding and budget flexibility. Charles Perusse, the state budget director with the Office of State...

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‘There’s no typical day’ — Crossroads FLEX High School and virtual learning allow students to pursue outside interests

Crossroads FLEX is a public high school in Wake County that offers flexible schedules and online classes for students with...

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In this rural community, ‘there’s a lot of heart’

Editor’s Note: Robert’s documentary, Anchored in Tarboro, is the first in a series for EdNC on the strength we see...

Perspective

Perspective | Where are college students counted for the 2020 Census?

Across North Carolina, there are many communities impacted by the presence of a college or university. Where will these students be...

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Perspective | How inequities in computer science prompted three educators to innovate

This is the third piece in a week-long series of perspectives on innovative practices in North Carolina public schools. Follow...

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Explore how one college is dealing with COVID-19. Share your thoughts and questions.

Welcome to Awake58! If you missed last week’s edition exploring the initial responses to COVID-19, click here. Three new college...

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March 24, 2020

 

Joint statement of the State Board of Education and State Superintendent Mark Johnson regarding the extended closure of public schools as instructional settings for K-12 students

This afternoon Gov. Roy Cooper announced that the closure of public school facilities as instructional settings for K-12 students will...

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Promising Pages: Helping students become bookworms

On March 20, Promising Pages, a nonprofit organization that distributes books to underserved children, worked with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) to...

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Questions about early learning during the COVID-19 outbreak? We want to help.

Whether you are a child care center director trying to decide whether to close, or an educator looking for distance...

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Perspective | School psychologists are our problem solvers, access for students is critical right now

Guess how many school psychologists we have across North Carolina? Did you know there are school districts without a school...

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Perspective | Innovating resiliency-focused practices to support student success

This is the second piece in a week-long series of perspectives on innovative practices in North Carolina public schools. Follow...