Reach NC Surveys

Postsecondary Newsletter Survey

Hello! EdNC is launching a newsletter focused on postsecondary education in North Carolina with an emphasis around our community colleges at the end of August. We hope to create a newsletter that is essential reading for those who care about our community colleges, our students, and the future of our state. We hope it will be the newsletter that answers your questions about our community colleges, including those you didn’t know you had. We hope we will give you the essential information you need when you receive the newsletter, and that we will all engage in a conversation about the future of our state, our students, and your community’s college.

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Juneteenth

This June 19th, or Juneteenth, marks the 153rd year of celebrations commemorating the abolition of slavery in the United States and is considered a state or ceremonial holiday in 45 states (including North Carolina). This got us wondering: Did you ever learn about Juneteenth?

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Internet access in the classroom

The School Connectivity Initiative launched in 2006 with a goal of having broadband internet in every class.  Lt. Governor Dan Forest and FCC Chair Ajit Pai spoke about how North Carolina is the first in the nation to achieve the goal. Teachers, tell us about the internet access and connectivity in your school and classroom: 

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Student attendance in North Carolina

Why do students miss school in your community? How does that impact students and schools? 

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School districts announce closures as teachers plan to rally

Several school districts will close next Wednesday as thousands of teachers plan to protest at the General Assembly for higher teacher pay, more per-pupil funding, student and community health, school safety, and infrastructure needs. 

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Teacher Appreciation Week nominations

May 7-11 is Teacher Appreciation Week across the United States, and we want to hear from teachers! Educators, nominate your colleagues below and let us know how they improve their students, classrooms, and schools. 

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myFutureNC Survey

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Edgecombe County student chronic absenteeism survey

Why do students miss school in your community? How does that impact students and schools? Take this survey and join EducationNC for a conversation about chronic absenteeism in Edgecombe County. 

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Input on Read to Achieve $200 for K-3 literacy

The Department of Public Instruction is distributing a total of $4.8 million from funds allocated by the state in 2016 as part of its Read to Achieve initiative for “literacy support” in early grades. Superintendent of Public Instruction Mark Johnson, in his time as superintendent, has emphasized the importance of reading proficiency and early literacy education.

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myFutureNC: Northwest Region

EducationNC is teaming up with the myFutureNC Commission, and we want to hear from you! The commission is a new, statewide group focused on improving educational attainment and economic opportunities for all North Carolinians.

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