Reach NC Surveys
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.
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.
What do teachers wish parents knew?
Teachers, back in December we asked parents what they wanted you to know about their kids as you lead your classroom. Now we want to know what you wish parents really knew about you. We are going to use your answers to create content that frames the opportunities ahead for our state.
Reach NC Voices: End-of-year conversation
We worked all year to bring your voice into the conversation around the future of our state, and we are grateful for your contributions.
Teachers, help us understand your housing needs
EducationNC is partnering with the North Carolina Community Development Initiative to study teacher housing needs across the state. If you are a teacher, please take the survey below and send it to your colleagues so we can better understand your housing needs.