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NC HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS | Are you familiar with #FirstVoteNC? Get to know our FREE online voting simulation platform and lesson plans on a June 3rd webinar! Click here to register. Getting students civic ready!

STEM PREP FOR STUDENTS | Central Piedmont Community College will begin hosting a virtual STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) Prep, an academic enrichment program that helps prepare high school 11th and 12 graders for college-level STEM classes, on June 22. Here is more information for students interested in participating in the program.

HUNT INSTITUTE WEBINAR TOMORROW MAY 28, 11 AM | As schools across the country remain closed as a result of COVID-19, state education systems have been forced to address challenges that extend beyond the classroom. Our colleagues at the Hunt Institute are hosting a conversation with Lt. Governors about education. How do schools provide equitable access to distance learning when not all families have enough devices or reliable internet access? How do districts ensure students continue to receive nutritious meals while lunchrooms remain closed? And, how are states providing education to those without a home? Here is more information.

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Mebane Rash

Mebane Rash is the CEO and editor-in-chief of EducationNC and the N.C. Center for Public Policy Research.


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