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12/3/2021

From the “new possible” to “y’all are what matters,” thank you to our educators who attended the AIM conference. Here is a wrap video by EdNC’s Liz Bell in case you missed it. Here is Rupen’s article. And here is a link to all the materials if you want to do a deep dive on all things education.

Here is your weekend playlist by our mountain philosopher Superintendent Jeff McDaris.

And here are your podcasts for the weekend curated by EdNC’s Alli:

The Resilience Zone | Episode 1 – “Sensing in”

In this very first episode of the podcast, student hosts Elijah and Gabby explain what a rapid reset tool is. Specifically, they talk about the tool of “sensing in” to our bodies to move through stress and anxiety.

First in Future by IEI | Where Are The Workers?

In this episode guest host Sarah Hall, Senior Policy and Programs Manager; Andrew Berger-Gross, NC Department of Commerce, LEAD Division; Barbara Brothers, Business Engagement Director, Capital Area Workforce Board; Trey Goodson, Marketing Director, NC East Alliance discuss the “the most difficult hiring environment for employers in a generation or more and the most promising labor market for jobseekers in recent memory.”

Education Beat by EdSource | Students stand for transgender rights

Can transgender students use restrooms and locker rooms corresponding to their gender identity?

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Mebane Rash

Mebane Rash is the CEO and editor-in-chief of EducationNC.


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