Reach NC Voices is a statewide project designed to survey North Carolinians in real time to understand how they feel about the broad array of issues facing our students, parents, educators, and communities.

We use innovative methods, such as text and online surveys, to both survey individuals across the state and collect their stories. These insights inform our work. Each week, we publish a newsletter called the Reach Roundup that includes context around a particular issue, data related to that issues, and what North Carolinians had to say about it — with individual’s voices at the center of our coverage.

We want you to be part of the project. Sign up below to be connected to our weekly email newsletter and SMS conversations.

In response to your priorities and stories, we create content, presenting news as it happens and policy analysis as it unfolds, giving context to issues in an effort to build understanding and awareness on the issues defining our shared future.

We hope that you will join us and take part in building a more informed and engaged citizenry.

Roundup Results: What are you most looking forward to this Memorial Day Weekend?

Roundup Results: Do you think North Carolina should legalize sports betting?

Jacksonville panel provides a military perspective on education

Roundup Results: Which education issue is most crucial for the General Assembly to address in the legislative session?

Roundup Results: Do you think North Carolina teachers are valued?

Roundup Results: When you think of school lunches growing up, what food comes to mind?

Roundup Results: Do you think it is necessary to continue your education after high school?

Educators, nominate a colleague for Teacher Appreciation Week

Roundup Results: How many state parks are there in North Carolina?

Reach NC Voices participates in Teach for America PACE Summit

Roundup Results: What are the most effective ways for citizens to be heard in the policymaking process?