Today, in partnership with Public Impact, we released a new database that tracks fall reopening plans for all North Carolina districts. There are 14 indicators in five categories that the database tracks: instructional policies, learning supports, special populations, family resources, and digital access. View the database and learn how to us it here.
The State Board of Education meets today. Here’s the agenda.
Join EdNC on Thursday, October 15th at 4 p.m. for a webinar about free speech and education. A panel of academic, legal, business, education, and community experts will dig into questions about free speech that too often get ignored, resulting in confusion and a chilling effect on the kind of free expression that is vital in our democracy in general and in schools in particular.
The Kids Are All Right At Home: Texas, North Carolina, Nebraska Seeing Signs of a Pandemic Homeschooling Boom
Public schools across the country are seeing families unenroll, and increasing homeschooling numbers may offer insight into where those families have gone. North Carolina’s numbers tripled over last year.... Read the rest
‘My kids are starving’: Food banks and pantries see explosive demand in North Carolina as pandemic continues
CMS Says Its First COVID-19 Dashboard May Be Confusing
State ed chiefs rethinking accountability during COVID-19
Homeless Families Struggle With Impossible Choices As School Closures Continue
Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, North Carolina School District Hires Full-Time Nurses for Every School