Alli Lindenberg

Alli Lindenberg is the Engagement Specialist for EducationNC. North Carolina born and raised, Alli is from Greensboro, NC where she attended Grimsley Senior High school. She graduated from Elon University with a major in Human Service Studies. Alli produced and co-hosted her own podcast in 2017, which she refers to as her favorite passion project to date. She comes to us from a podcast startup, where she got her official start in media. Alli is passionately curious but her focus right now is the intersection of media and social impact.

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‘You’ve got to know your kids’ – How one high school teacher used Snapchat to get her class ready for remote learning

Editor’s note: This article features Myra Morgan and her daughter, Taylor Morgan. Because they share one last name, we will...

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‘There are thousands of Mrs. Talberts’ – Hear from a parent, first-grader, and teacher experiencing distance learning for the first time.

Editor’s note: This article features Johanna Anderson and her first-grade daughter, Nina Anderson. Because they share a last name, we...

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Mariah Morris and Julie Pittman share how NC is showing up in new ways to serve students

The Hope Starts Here podcast surfaces good news stories in the education space. We’re talking to education leaders, teachers, students,...

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Podcast | Introducing ‘Hope Starts Here’

Welcome to Hope Starts Here – a weekly podcast produced by EdNC.org. I’m Alli Lindenberg, EdNC’s engagement specialist. I’ll be...

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Common threads: How creativity, lifelong learning, and family define Haywood Community College

Arriving at Haywood Community College, I was so taken by the beauty of the campus that I almost forgot about...

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Coronavirus impacts on NC schools: Extended learning, closures, delays

Coronavirus is altering the way countless people live their daily lives. We’re giving you the latest on COVID-19’s effect on...

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Community colleges look beyond enrollment to focus on attainment and economic mobility

Across North Carolina, 58 community colleges stand as cornerstones in their counties. Each college has a story, fueled by its...

 

Hurricane Dorian: Here’s which North Carolina schools and community colleges are closed

Editor’s note: This article will be updated twice a day — around 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. School district and...

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3 lessons from Durham Tech: WayMakers and the future of the trades

The Triangle region has had sustained growth for a significant amount of time. Durham and Raleigh continue to rate among...