Greg Asciutto

Formally trained in digital journalism, Greg Asciutto teaches and manages English department operations at Garinger High School in Charlotte. Outside of the classroom, Asciutto works in the field of poverty alleviation, specifically as it intersects with public mental health and homelessness. As a North Carolina native, his vision is to build regional partnerships that foster economic opportunities for local youth and their families.

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What is the future of school integration in North Carolina?

The past, present, and future of racial and economic segregation in North Carolina public schools was the topic of a...


A cry becomes a howl: The rally through the eyes of a teacher-journalist

A small, green ribbon, pinned to the shirt of NCAE President Mark Jewell as he addressed the thousands preparing to...


One educator’s perspective on school violence: ‘This could have been us’

On Oct. 29, a 16-year-old student shot and killed another 16-year-old student before classes began at Butler High School. I...


From our high schools to our colleges: First-generation in North Carolina

College campuses across the nation participated in the second annual First-Generation College Celebration on Nov. 8, honoring students working toward...