Follow along with us in Seattle

Follow along on Twitter with @Mebane_Rash for updates on an exchange of 150 leaders from Philadelphia as they visit Seattle this week. For more information, see the featured article below.

The Golden LEAF Foundation is now accepting grant applications for the N.C. Hurricane Florence Relief Fund. The fund was activated by Governor Roy Cooper to respond to unmet needs of survivors including housing, food, clothing, and other expenses. For more information, click here.

  • Detailed New National Maps Show How Neighborhoods Shape Children for Life

    The New York Times | 10/01/2018

  • With class canceled, schools step up to feed students

    Wilmington Star News | 09/28/2018

  • Do Students Need an Exam to Measure Workplace Skills? Four States Think So.

    Education Week | 09/25/2018

  • TEACHER VOICE: ‘I was quickly overwhelmed’ — The case for mentoring new instructors

    The Hechinger Report | 10/01/2018

  • Not diverse enough? One of NC’s oldest charter schools wants more low-income students.

    The News & Observer | 09/28/2018

  • In Texas, School Integration That Celebrates Family Heritage

    74 Million | 09/30/2018

  • Strong principals retain effective teachers—and don’t retain ineffective ones

    Brookings | 09/28/2018

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