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Applications for 2019-20 Kenan fellowships will be accepted through Jan. 21, 2018. Here is all the information you need to apply!

N.C. State Board of Education is meeting this week. Here is the December 5 and December 6 agenda.

The Senate convenes today at 2pm and the House convenes at 7pm.

The House Select Committee on School Safety is meeting on Thursday at 1pm in 643 LOB.

  • George H.W. Bush, the 'Education President,' Dies at 94

    Education Week | 12/01/2018

  • Crowd addresses Governor’s Crime Commission on school shootings

    Burlington Times News | 12/01/2018

  • IMPORTANT SERIES: The Future of College

    Quartz | 12/01/2018

  • Leslie Boney on ReCONNECT NC

    IEI | 12/03/2018

  • Civic Engagement: Reflecting back and looking forward

    UNCC Urban Institute | 11/28/2018

  • Multi-School Leadership: Introduction

    Public Impact | 11/27/2018

  • NEW REPORT: Segregated Neighborhoods, Segregated Schools? More than 60 years after Brown v. Board of Education, why does school segregation persist?

    Urban Institute | 11/28/2018

  • NC A&T FACULTY IN THE NEWS: 40% of America’s Public Schools Don’t Have a Single Educator of Color. How the New Nonprofit BranchED Is Looking to Rethink That Minority Teacher Pipeline

    The 74 Million | 10/26/2018

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