Sign up for this webinar on February 2 at 2pm co-hosted by the Friday Institute and The Belk Foundation with special remarks from North Carolina’s State Superintendent of Public Instruction Catherine Truitt, Friday Institute Executive Director Dr. Hiller A. Spires and The Belk Foundation Executive Director Johanna Edens Anderson. It will feature remarkable leaders like Erin Swanson, Seth Brown, and Amy Sullivan.
And The Hunt Institute’s next Supporting Innovation in Education webinar will feature resource experts to discuss best practices for ensuring an Equitable Education for Students with Disabilities. The conversation will take place on January 28 at 3 PM ET on Zoom and Facebook Live with representatives from The Oak Foundation, NewSchools Venture Fund, the Raikes Foundation, and The Raben Group.
Here is Alli’s list of podcasts for your weekend:
A little more than a year ago a report that was in many ways 25 years in the making came out. Over the course of 287 pages, it recommends a series of changes that the state of North Carolina needs to make to ensure that it meets its constitutional obligation to provide each child a sound basic education. In this episode of First in Future, two members of the Governor’s Commission on access to sound basic education, Patrick Miller and Brad Wilson, discuss the report and actions needed going forward.
The Nuestro South Podcast is a five-part podcast series that explores the stories of Latina/o/x people in the U.S. South from the Jim Crow era on through to the present. Join the conversation as the hosts unpack the experience of being Latina/o/x in Nuestro South.
Teachers are inundated with data, but none of those numbers will help if they’re not paired with some accessible and informative data literacy training. This podcast seeks to empower teachers with the skills they’ll need to turn the data given to them into powerful instructional practices.
Rural schools are the heart of community life, but they face significant challenges that the pandemic has only magnified. ... Read the rest