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Ask & Answer | A visual guide to high school grading in North Carolina for spring 2020

Haz clic aquí para leer este artículo en español. We heard from Astrid Emily Francis, an English as a Second...

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Pregunta y Respuesta | Una guía visual para las calificaciones en escuela secundaria en Carolina del Norte para el semestre de primavera 2020

This article was translated by Carol Bono. Click here to read the original article in English. Astrid Emily Francis, una...

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Perspective | Tar Heel Teachers at Home: Supporting students with disabilities during COVID-19

Tar Heel Teachers at Home is a weekly videocast focused on engaging North Carolinians in conversations about education. Each week,...

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Rutherford County Schools receive COVID-19 assistance from a local business: Facebook

In 2012, a Facebook Data Center arrived in Forest City, North Carolina, a town in Rutherford County. Along with the...

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How an interim president guided A-B Tech’s COVID-19 response

Serving as president of a community college requires many skill sets, but COVID-19 has provided a unique test for all...

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Church buildings can be used for more than ministry. Here’s how.

It was a chance encounter that Reverend Karen Easter Bayne met Deneen Gill at a NC Rural Center event last...

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Access, affordability, and adoption — ncIMPACT highlights broadband challenges, solutions

It has been almost two months since Gov. Roy Cooper first closed all K-12 North Carolina public schools due to...

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As COVID-19 raises new mental health concerns, NC School Psychologist Association holds virtual legislative day

On Monday, May 4, the North Carolina School Psychologist Association (NCSPA) held its second annual legislative day. Due to COVID-19,...

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Perspective | Cutting through the noise of education reform and COVID-19

As the world waits to find out what its “next normal” will look like, innovation in education is going to...

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Perspective | From breakfast to broadband and back: Parents’ insight to navigating remote learning

Gov. Roy Cooper announced last Friday that our school buildings will remain closed for the remainder of this academic year....