Reach NC Question of the Week
Question of the Week – October 29
This year, more Americans consumed news digitally than ever before. Right now, there are debates occurring on how digital spaces should regulate news. We want to know your thoughts on the matter.
Question of the Week – October 22
We put a great deal of trust in our leaders. How they handle that trust and carry out their leadership impacts our faith in them. This week, we are exploring the public’s confidence in our K-12 Public School Principals.
Question of the Week – October 15
The South has a long and complex history with the presence of religion in our public schools. According to a study conducted by the Pew Research Center, 12% of students say that they have experienced a teacher leading them in prayer at school. That is nearly twice the percentage of any other region in the United States. To read more of the results from the Pew study, click here.
Question of the Week – October 3
The likelihood that state schools will label white or Asian students as gifted is eight times higher than for black students. Now there is a push for teachers be ‘talent scouts’ rather than ‘deficiency detectives.’ We want to know your thoughts.
Question of the Week – September 17
Last week, President Donald Trump announced that the federal government has a new effort to ban flavored e-cigarettes. According to Alex Azar, Health and Human Services Secretary, the FDA will begin the rollout of the plan in the next few weeks. The proposed ban will require that all e-cigarette flavors are barred from sale except for tobacco. This effort follows six recent deaths which have been deemed due to vaping-related illnesses.
Question of the Week – September 10
This month, we're celebrating one year since our community college blitz across North Carolina. Our community college newsletter, Awake58 just hit its one year mark as well. If you are interested in subscribing to that newsletter, you can click here. We've taken time to reflect on our community college work this past year, and we want to know your thoughts and reflections as well.
Question of the Week – August 27th
One year ago, Hurricane Florence was born off the coast of Africa. At the same time, millions of parents were sending their kids off to school across North Carolina, not knowing what was headed for their families and communities. This week, as a new tropical storm approaches the coast of Florida, we're turning to you to discuss hurricane preparedness and recovery.
Question of the Week – August 20th
In 2013, a state law went into effect that regulates when schools start and end. The law requires that schools must have a start date no earlier than the Monday closest to August 26 and an end date no later than the Friday closest to June 11. This week, the issue has resurfaced because 12 North Carolina schools have violated the state law by starting already starting their school years. We want your input.