Reach NC Question of the Week

Question of the Week – November 14

With the potential for conversation with family and friends around the holiday dinner table quickly approaching, we have political dialogue on our mind. Here's our question of the week.

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Question of the Week – November 7

Now that the 2018 midterms are over, do you feel more or less hopeful about the future? Why?

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Question of the Week – October 22

In 2017, an estimated 2.1 million high school and middle school students smoked an e-cigarette. How informed about e-cigarettes (vaping, Juuling) would you say that you are? How concerned are you about middle and high school students smoking e-cigarettes? We are working on a story about vaping in North Carolina and we need your input.

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Question of the Week – October 8

Students often face non-academic barriers to success related to their basic needs, such as ensuring they have enough food to eat, a safe place to live, and reliable transportation to and from school. Do you think it's the role of K-12 schools to assist students in meeting their basic needs? What about community colleges? Weigh in below.

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Question of the Week – October 1

While some districts recently reopened after Hurricane Florence, others are still closed. This week, the General Assembly is meeting to address the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, and will likely discuss calendar flexibility for districts that have missed long periods of school. What do you think should happen when schools miss a significant number of days due to severe weather or other factors?

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Question of the Week – September 17

September is Attendance Awareness Month. This week, we are focusing on new data about rates of chronic absenteeism in North Carolina schools and districts.

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Question of the Week – September 10

With Hurricane Florence threatening North Carolina, we want to hear your thoughts. 

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