April 9, 2020

Here is the Governor’s executive order, released this morning, including in section 2 provision on early child care: https://files.nc.gov/governor/documents/files/EO130-Meeting-North-Carolinas-Health-and-Human-Services-Needs.pdf

The Governor and the Coronavirus Task Force are holding a briefing with updates at 4 p.m. View live stream here: https://www.ncdps.gov/storm-update

The State Board of Education will meet remotely today, on Thursday, April 9, at 2:30 p.m. to consider COVID-19-related actions and other issues. The meeting agenda will be available online and will include a link to audio access for the meeting.



  • How much will the federal stimulus provide for education in NC? Check out this new brief from SREB.

    SREB | 03/27/2020

  • Charter Schools Eye Coronavirus Relief Aimed at Small Businesses

    Education Week | 04/07/2020

  • Could Short-Term Pell Lead to a Pell Shortfall?

    New America | 04/02/2020

  • NEW REPORT | Education levels of recent Latino immigrants in the U.S. reached new highs as of 2018

    Pew Research Center | 04/07/2020

  • Beyond the Coronavirus Shutdown, an Opportunity for a Whole-Child Paradigm Shift

    The 74 | 04/08/2020

  • How Community Colleges Are Advancing Equity in Career and Technical Education

    mdrc | 04/09/2020

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