George Barilich

George “Nate” Barilich is an English and film teacher at Enloe Magnet High School in Raleigh. He also serves as director of Enloe Charity Ball leading high school students in local philanthropy. He is a graduate of North Carolina State University, a North Carolina Teaching Fellow, and a member of the inaugural class of Jamie Kirk Hahn Foundation Fellows. Nate currently serves as an Executive Fellow at EducationNC. Raised in Onslow County, Nate loves all things Eastern North Carolina: salt water, oysters, and vinegar BBQ.

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Caldwell County Schools beginning teacher program makes an impact

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STEAM in rural India: “Learning what is important doesn’t always come from success”

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Site visits through Bangalore: “Using sustainable technology and digital tools to improve rural education”

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Students from across the state think about public policy

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Raising money for inclusion, learning about inclusion

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A public policy boot camp for students, designed by teachers

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Leandro: From a teacher’s perspective, developing and reinforcing the teacher pipeline

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