Question of the Week – March 18

In June 2018, the Unviersity of Chicago dropped the SAT/ACT requirement for applicants. Inside Higher Ed wrote the following: “Hundreds...

 

Question of the Week – March 11

Currently, the redistricting of NC congressional & state legislative boundaries is controlled by the state legislature. In 2018, a federal...

 

Question of the Week – February 25

The Supreme Court’s 2012 decision upholding the Affordable Care Act changed Medicaid expansion from a requirement of the law to...

 

Question of the Week – February 18

In 2013, the North Carolina General Assembly removed graduate degree pay bonuses for new educators. Some research has suggested those advanced...

 

Question of the Week – February 4

With the Institute for Emerging Issues’ ReCONNECT Rural and Urban Forum coming up next week, we want to know your...

 

Question of the Week – January 28

Monday marked the 33rd anniversary of the Challenger Space Shuttle tragedy and Friday will mark the 16th anniversary of the...

 

Question of the Week – January 23

This week is National School Choice Week. North Carolina permits the formation of charter schools, which are publicly funded but...

 

Question of the Week – January 14

A lapse in federal funding caused a partial government shutdown that has now surpassed the record of a 21-day shutdown...

 

Question of the Week – January 7

There are 115 public school districts in North Carolina, most of which are countywide. Two of these districts — Wake...

 

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?...

 

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...

 

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...