Alisa Herr

Alisa Herr is the former chief technical officer of EducationNC.

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NC STEM Center e-Update

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

 

NC STEM Center e-Update

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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Open source coding camp for beginners hopes to expand to more communities

For one week in June, 45 middle and high school students gathered in classrooms at Rocky Mount Academy to learn...

 

NC STEM Center e-Update

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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STEM education in North Carolina

“My background in STEM is going to give me a leg up in my future career.”– Mackenzie Lamb, 10th graderWake...

 

NC STEM Center e-Update

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

 

NC STEM Center e-update

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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The future is what we make of it

In Disney’s riveting mystery adventure “Tomorrowland,” a jaded scientist and an optimistic teen embark on a danger-filled mission to unearth...

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Gov. Pat McCrory thanks North Carolina’s teachers

This week (May 4-8, 2015) is Teacher Appreciation Week and people across the country are taking time to thank the...

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NC teachers selected for prestigious industry-education internships

Forty public school teachers from across North Carolina have been selected as the 2015-16 Kenan Fellows. Their names were announced...

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The scoop on EdNC

EdResources Education news aggregation Every morning, Mebane combs through local, state, and national news to find the headlines important to...

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The challenge of special education: Illiteracy and behavior

On Tuesday, April 14, 2015, EducationNC sponsored a panel discussion on special education at the Disability Rights North Carolina conference held...