‘There’s no typical day’ — Crossroads FLEX High School and virtual learning allow students to pursue outside interests
by Taylor Shain |
Crossroads FLEX is a public high school in Wake County that offers flexible schedules and online classes for students with...
In this rural community, ‘there’s a lot of heart’
by Robert Kinlaw |
Editor’s Note: Robert’s documentary, Anchored in Tarboro, is the first in a series for EdNC on the strength we see...
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...
Explore how one college is dealing with COVID-19. Share your thoughts and questions.
by Nation Hahn |
Welcome to Awake58! If you missed last week’s edition exploring the initial responses to COVID-19, click here. Three new college...
March 24, 2020
by Mebane Rash |
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
by Staff |
This afternoon Gov. Roy Cooper announced that the closure of public school facilities as instructional settings for K-12 students will...
Promising Pages: Helping students become bookworms
by Caroline Parker |
On March 20, Promising Pages, a nonprofit organization that distributes books to underserved children, worked with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) to...
Questions about early learning during the COVID-19 outbreak? We want to help.
by Liz Bell |
Whether you are a child care center director trying to decide whether to close, or an educator looking for distance...
Perspective | School psychologists are our problem solvers, access for students is critical right now
by Leigh Kokenes |
Guess how many school psychologists we have across North Carolina? Did you know there are school districts without a school...