Reach NC Question of the Week
Question of the Week – January 2
With 2018 behind us, we want to know what your New Year's Resolution is. Are you hoping to volunteer more? Spend less? Lose weight? In 2019, EducationNC and Reach NC Voices plan to cover the people, places, and issues that matter most to you. What should we cover in the new year? Weigh in below.
Question of the Week – December 11
As we wrap up 2018 and look towards the new year, we want to know what your mood is. Is North Carolina heading in the right direction? What is the single biggest issue facing our state in 2019? Weigh in below.
Question of the Week – December 3
With the holiday season in full swing, we have faith on our mind. How important is religion in your life? Do you think religion as a whole is increasing its influence on American life or losing its influence? Weigh in now.
Question of the Week – November 28
The average tuition to attend a public four-year institution has seen a 213 percent increase from the 1997-98 school year to the 2018-18 school year, after adjusting for inflation. As of 2017, the average student loan debt was roughly $34,000, up 62 percent over the previous 10 years.
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.
Question of the Week – November 7
Now that the 2018 midterms are over, do you feel more or less hopeful about the future? Why?
Question of the Week – October 29
On Monday morning, a school shooting at Butler High School in Matthews, NC resulted in the death of one student. Since March, North Carolina House members with education, law enforcement, and mental health policy backgrounds have worked on a special committee to examine K-12 school safety standards and recommend changes.
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.
Question of the Week – October 15
This week is National School Lunch Week. The National School Lunch Program provides free- and reduced-price school lunches to families facing financial hardships. In the 2017-18 school year, almost 60 percent of public schools students in North Carolina received lunches through the program.