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...

 

Question of the Week – October 10

In light of recent cease and desist orders being issued to a North Carolina teacher and school psychologist over their...

 

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...

 

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...

 

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...

 

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...

 

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...

 

Question of the Week – August 13th, 2019

Earlier this week, we published the E(race)ing Inequities: The State of Racial Equity in North Carolina Public Schools report in...

 

Question of the Week – August 6th

This week, our very own Rupen Fofaria, is publishing the first pieces in his Learning Differences Series. So far, he...

 

Question of the week – July 30th

This year, there have been several firings of school leadership in districts spanning the state. To date, there have been...

 

Question of the Week – July 24th

Every morning, over 90,000 schools and institutions serve school breakfast. These breakfasts serve over 14 million students. For almost 12...

 

Question of the Week – July 16

A bill that could have dramatically decreased the number of standardized tests North Carolina students take faltered in the Senate....