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...

 

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...

 

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....

 

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,...

 

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...

 

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...

 

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...

 

Question of the Week – September 24

Early voting for the 2018 midterm elections begins on October 17 and election day is on November 6. Do you...

 

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...

 

Question of the Week – September 10

With Hurricane Florence threatening North Carolina, we want to hear your thoughts.  For information about the storm, visit https://www.ncdps.gov/florence and download...

 

Question of the Week – September 3

As school starts again, high school football teams across North Carolina are kicking off their seasons. This got our team...