Please share this moment of hope from a kindergarten class. Note the excitement in the voice of this assistant teacher. Celebrating extraordinary moments in our classrooms. Thank you to our educators. Ride the roller coaster, y’all.
Our article on Carolina Cyber Network is part of our series on Solution Seekers. Check out the series here.
Our article on Student U is part of ongoing, in-depth reporting on LENS-NC, which stands for “Learning for Equity: A Network for Solutions.” MDC is partnering with the Oak Foundation to learn more about the intersection of race, educational equity, and learning differences by building a learning and action network across North Carolina. Nine North Carolina organizations focused on education, disability rights, activism, Latino issues, and rural communities were selected to learn more and advance their work at the intersection of race, educational equity, and learning differences. You can follow Rupen’s reporting on LENS-NC here.
The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation (ZSR) is now accepting applications for its Community Progress Fund.
The Public School Forum of NC is proud to announce the third annual 2020 Color of Education *Virtual* Summit. This year’s convening will include four remote sessions held over the month of October 2020, allowing for an extended spot on the intersection of race, equity and education.
Everything Is Up for Grabs in North Carolina This Election Day. The Consequences for Public Schools Could Be Huge
Terry Stoops and Ferrel Guillory weigh in.... Read the rest
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NEW REPORT | The Baccalaureate and Beyond: An Analysis of Demographics and Labor Market Outcomes of Florida Community College Baccalaureate Graduates
SPECIAL REPORT | HOW WE GO BACK TO SCHOOL
JUDGE HOWDY MANNING | Leandro judge says poor reading instruction, not money, is holding back many NC students