Reach NC Surveys

NC teachers: What are your thoughts on education data?

EducationNC is working on project about education data in North Carolina, and we need your insight as a teacher. The following survey asks questions about your use of data, barriers you face in using data, and your thoughts on the role of data more broadly. It will take approximately 10 to 15 minutes to complete.

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AttendaNCe Counts! What matters most for regular school attendance?

We all want our children to succeed in school, and attending class every day can help make that happen. We want to learn from parents of NC preschool and elementary school children, Head Start and preschool staff, and NC elementary school teachers and staff how your school encourages regular school attendance.

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What do you think of the Rowan-Salisbury school consolidation plan?

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Are you dreaming of a white Christmas?

Looking for your best chance of seeing a white Christmas in North Carolina? Enter any county below to see the probability of there being at least one inch of snow on December 25.

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EducationNC Readership Survey

EdNC is on a mission to better understand you, our readers. We want to know what inspires you, if our stories caused you to take actions either personally or professionally, and what you want to see more of from our team. We will only create impact if we serve you, and our state, to the best of our abilities.

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Pesticides and health

The following survey was designed by four ninth-grades from the STEM Early College in Greensboro, NC.

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Awake58: Community College Coverage

We launched our community college coverage earlier this year. At the end of August, we toured all 58 community colleges and launched our Awake58 newsletter. We want your feedback on how we're doing so far.

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Hope Street Group Annual Survey

Connecting students to careers can be an essential task of our education system, but how do we best do this in North Carolina? Weigh in on your experience and offer suggestions on how business and education can partner together to improve a student’s awareness of and preparation for 21st century careers. Your feedback will be used by Hope Street Group, the North Carolina Business Committee for Education, and other local and state decision-makers to explore our support for career pathways across K-12 and into our community colleges.

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Community College

As we launch our community college work, and as our team travels to visit all 58 community colleges across North Carolina, we want to know your opinion on North Carolina's community colleges. Please take a few minutes and share your thoughts below. We also invite you to join the conversation and follow along with our team on Facebook and Twitter.

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