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‘What keeps you up at night?’ Here are six teacher’s responses — add your own.

Last Thursday, April 30, six North Carolina teachers joined an hour-long “Collaborative Conversations” virtual panel hosted by EdNC, where they...

 

NC STEM Center e-update: Kenan Fellows names 2020-2021 teacher leaders

Twice a month the NC STEM Center provides an e-update on what’s happening in STEM, and their latest edition is...

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Perspective | On the front lines with James Sprunt CDL, truck driving alum Brianna Williams

Whenever we may endure a crisis, whether that is a global pandemic such as we are experiencing now or a...

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7 students. 1 superintendent. Changing education as we know it, together.

A couple of weeks ago, I heard Dr. Lynn Moody tell a story. She was talking about leadership on a...

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‘Our challenges are our biggest opportunities’ — How the Belk Center at NC State immediately assisted community college faculty during COVID-19

Last week, I interviewed Audrey Jaeger, executive director of the Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research, for my...

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Will seniors be able to receive grades?

The State Board of Education revisited its plan on senior grading this week but ultimately decided not to make any...

 

Governor Cooper announces his DRIVE Task Force to recommend education equity measures

RALEIGH: Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced appointments to the DRIVE Task Force. Established through Executive Order 113, the task force is focused on improving equity...

 

School buses to serve as Wi-Fi hot spots for remote learning

RALEIGH: Starting this week, additional school buses will bring internet access to communities without it to help more North Carolina students...

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DRIVE stands for ‘Developing a Representative & Inclusive Vision for Education’

Yesterday, Gov. Roy Cooper announced his appointments to North Carolina’s DRIVE Task Force. Back in December 2019, the governor established...

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The joy of math: An interview with Dr. Hollylynne Lee

Hollylynne Lee’s first teaching job was in Dare County in 1991. She started out as a mathematics teacher working in...

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Perspective | Tar Heel Teachers at Home: Supporting students with disabilities during COVID-19

Tar Heel Teachers at Home is a weekly videocast focused on engaging North Carolinians in conversations about education. Each week,...