Traveler. Hiker. Sports Fan. Road Warrior. Jillaroo.

Caroline Parker reports on stories at the intersection of faith and schools as well STEM education. She grew up in Franklin, Virginia but has traveled to and through six of the seven continents. Caroline attended the University of Georgia and graduated from the Grady School of Journalism. She is inspired by seeing new places and can call many places home.

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Faith in Focus: What does it mean to be a champion for children?

“What does J.O.Y. stand for?” asked Jon David, district attorney of Brunswick County. “Jesus first, others second, yourself third.” It...

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Faith in Focus: A new outfit, a new mindset

Asbury United Methodist Church asked schools in the district about their greatest needs. From that question, the Asbury Resource Center,...

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Welcoming braver conversations at the 2018 Convocation on the Rural Church

Last week, EducationNC attended the 2018 Convocation on the Rural Church hosted by Duke Divinity School and The Duke Endowment. Speakers from across...

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Faith in Focus: A look at the intersection of faith and education

Throughout our Faith in Focus series, one theme emerged from conversations with different congregations — community. From identifying food insecurity over...

 

Open doors: Breaking down barriers

Faison United Methodist Church saw an opportunity to address food insecurity over the summer in their community. Jabe Largen, minister...

 

Teacher Jennifer Yost stays present with her students

Jennifer Yost was not going to follow in her parents’ footsteps. The daughter of two educators- her father at the collegiate...

 

Finding us on Facebook

Thank you for being with us for more than three years. We appreciate you tuning in and engaging with our...

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What role will our community colleges play in the future?

Our Reach NC Voices team hit the road in November, taking on the exciting task of visiting all 58 community...

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An inside look at Central Piedmont Community College: Helping students find their purpose

Recently, EducationNC visited Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) in Charlotte to get a look at how the school was preparing...

 

Teachers, do you speak your mind?

Headlines are full of teachers speaking up across the country. We want to hear from you on sharing opinions to your administration....

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Defining the term ‘community college’

Nearly 1 in 9 adult North Carolinians enrolled in one of the state’s 58 community colleges in the 2014-2015 school year....