Budget process accelerated

According to the Insider, the budget might be rolled out as early as Tuesday, April 30 with an appropriations committee vote on May 1, and then floor votes on Thursday, May 2, and Friday, May 3. Stay tuned.

The NC Charter Schools Advisory Board (CSAB) will meet Friday, April 26, at 10 a.m., in a special called session. The meeting will convene via conference call in the 7th floor State Board Room in the Education Building, 301 N. Wilmington St., Raleigh. The agenda for the meeting is available here. The meeting will be audio streamed via the NC DPI YouTube Channel.  


  • The 20-Year-Old Federal Education Provision You’ve Never Heard Of: For Decades, Students Have Had the Right to Transfer Out of ‘Persistently Dangerous’ Schools

    The 74 Million | 04/23/2019

  • School’s Out Forever: Reforming the College Closure Process

    Bipartisan Policy Center | 04/23/2019

  • North Carolina schools move to keep athletics, nutrition rules

    WRAL | 04/23/2019

  • Meet The People Fighting To Save Endangered Languages In North Carolina

    WUNC | 04/19/2019

  • Don't miss Anita Brown-Graham's ncIMPACT series on NC's biggest challenges

    UNC-TV | 04/25/2019

  • Analysis: Strikes Driving Change in States With Lowest-Paid Teachers

    Center for American Progress | 04/16/2019


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