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Lessons on learner-centered education – ‘Every learner comes from a place. They come from a context.’

On May 28, A New Way Forward: Building a Learner-Centered Future brought educators, parents, and students together in a virtual...

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Community colleges increase training for police officers in the wake of protests

After a week of protests around the state and concern about the police response, the State Board of Community Colleges...

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Will there be 115 plans to reopen schools in the fall? State Board hears an update

The State Board of Education tackled everything from literacy to social studies standards at its June meeting this week. But...

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Perspective | Hunt Institute webinars explore learning loss, higher education philanthropic priorities, and more

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the Hunt Institute is hosting numerous webinars each month to explore different topics across the...

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Perspective | Rockingham County High senior depicts the effects of COVID-19 through art

I created this piece for an art assessment given to me by my teacher Mrs. Cross. The assignment was to...

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Thinking outside the box – and school – for virtual graduation: Edgecombe Early College High

When Matt Bristow-Smith, principal of Edgecombe Early College High School in Tarboro and 2019 North Carolina Principal of the Year,...

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House committee wants seniors in one NC district to be able to get grades for spring semester

A House education committee moved forward legislation that would allow seniors in one school district to get a grade for...

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8,000+ community college students share their COVID-19 stories

COVID-19 has impacted all of us in some way over the past two and a half months. Community college students,...

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Perspective | Remote learning without access: Workarounds from rural communities part 2

Through community efforts, partnerships, and new funding, many students without broadband access have been provided loaned devices, Wi-Fi hot spots,...

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Will high school sports resume in the fall? The answer is complicated.

If North Carolina’s COVID-19 numbers remain steady, some high school sports could return this fall. The N.C. Department of Health...

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Perspective | Daunting decisions on schools in a battleground state

A consensus of politicians and pundits places North Carolina firmly among the key battleground states of the 2020 elections. These...

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Candidates sound off on state superintendent’s role during COVID-19

In a recent survey, EducationNC asked teachers what questions they had for the two candidates for state superintendent of public...