Question of the Week – June 17

North Carolina has 133  Cooperative Innovative High Schools, 90 of which have early college in their name. Early college high...

 

Question of the Week – June 10

Created by the General Assembly in 2016 and envisioned as a partnership between local school districts and the UNC system,...

 

Question of the Week – June 4

As schools let out for the summer, the topic of child care is on our mind. Is access to quality,...

 

Question of the Week – May 28

 The College Board recently announced that it will offer an “adversity index” designed to place students’ SAT scores in the...

 

Question of the Week – May 20

On Sunday, the 396 graduates of Morehouse College, an HBCU in Atlanta, got exciting news: Their commencement speaker, Robert F....

 

Question of the Week – May 13

With summer quickly approaching, we want to know about access to parks, recreation, and pools in your community. Share your...

 

Question of the Week – May 7

For some North Carolinians, especially those in rural communities, access to high-speed internet can be difficult or nearly impossible. The...

 

Question of the Week – April 22

On May 1, some NC teachers’ plan to use a personal leave day to travel to Raleigh for a rally....

 

Question of the Week – April 15: In-state tuition

In-state tuition for one year of community college, on average, is about $2,400 in North Carolina, while out-of-state tuition is...

 

Question of the Week – April 8: School supplies

Sen. Andy Wells, R-Catawba, surrounded by fellow Republican Senate and House members and Superintendent of Public Instruction Mark Johnson, announced...

 

Question of the Week – April 2

The school performance grade formula has been a subject of steady debate in the General Assembly, with some lawmakers advocating...

 

Question of the Week – March 25

With March Madness in full swing, we have college athletics on our mind. Do you think scholarships are sufficient compensation...