Madeline Will

Madeline Will graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2014, where she majored in journalism and political science. She spent most of her time in the Daily Tar Heel newsroom, where she served as the State & National Editor in her senior year. She has also written for the Charlotte Observer, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Reuters, Education Week, and the Chronicle of Higher Education. She is based in Washington D.C., and she enjoys reporting, writing, and telling interesting stories.

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Congress chews over the pros and cons of school lunch regulations

In May, students at Tuckaseegee Elementary School in Charlotte had a U.S. Senator passing out broccoli and corn in the...


The Senate’s move to reauthorize No Child Left Behind: What does it mean for NC?

It’s been a long few months since Congress started working on a major overhaul of No Child Left Behind, the...


Rep. Virginia Foxx: More local control in education

When Virginia Foxx was first elected to U.S. Congress in 2004, she wasn’t sure she wanted to be on the...


Rep. Alma Adams: Education is the great equalizer

The U.S. Congress can seem far removed from North Carolina’s classrooms. Their debates, lawmaking, and partisan bickering doesn’t always seem...


The reauthorization of No Child Left Behind: What do you think?

A generation of students have grown up and been educated in the No Child Left Behind era. Now, it’s time...