Reach NC Surveys
This summer, Public Schools of Robeson County voted to consolidate public schools in order to close five schools with decreasing population and try to offset a $2 million budget deficit. What are your thoughts on school consolidation for this upcoming school year? Please weigh in by taking the survey below.
Educators: Share your thoughts on special education funding cap
At EdNC, we've listened to teachers, and we've heard about challenges they face in schools to provide services to exceptional children. We've heard about federal funding (or lack of). We've seen the state funding for exceptional children (EC) services capped at 12.75% of a school's average daily membership -- even though, on average, schools have a higher percentage of EC students.
Education news survey
At EdNC, we are constantly working to better serve you — our audience. Your feedback on this brief readership survey will ensure we continue to cover the news and policy topics you care about most. It will take no more than 10 minutes to complete.
K-3 teachers: Share your thoughts on iStation
Superintendent Mark Johnson chose to switch North Carolina's K-3 literacy assessment vendor from Amplify's mCLASS to the online platform Istation for the upcoming school year. The following brief survey is intended for K-3 teachers in North Carolina to share their thoughts on this switch.
Data lookup: Child care in North Carolina
The following data lookup tool was created by Reach NC Voices using data from the Child Care Services Association early childhood data repository. To locate the original data source, click here, filter to the "Child Care in North Carolina" section and select the May 2019 reporting period.
Do you work at a North Carolina community college? If so, we want to have a conversation with you about summer melt. Answer our first question below to get started.
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.
AttendaNCe Counts! What matters most for regular school attendance?
This survey is now closed. Thank you for your responses.