February 28, 2020

The State Board of Education will meet Wednesday and Thursday, March 4 and 5, in the 7th floor Board Room, Education Building, 301 N. Wilmington Street, Raleigh. The agendas for this meeting and executive summaries are available online.

From our colleagues at IBM:

AI is going to change 100% of jobs over the next decade. Preparing students for this future is a huge challenge facing school districts and educators alike.  

That’s why IBM, a leader in AI, is partnering with mindSpark Learning, a leader in teacher development, to offer high quality, interactive professional development focused on artificial intelligence for K-12 educators across the U.S. IBM AI Education is an immersive, interactive professional learning suite of online and in-person experiences to guide you through AI’s foundational concepts and K-12 classroom connections. 

You can sign up for a FREE, two-day institute here: March 9-10, 2020 


  • States Putting Early Career Exploration to Work for Students

    Education Commission of the States | 02/26/2020

  • ANN DOSS HELMS REPORTS | Monroe Charter School's Struggle Illustrates Statewide Challenge

    WFAE | 02/27/2020

  • Black students in NC are more likely to be punished, civil rights group finds

    The News & Observer | 02/26/2020

  • From the Board Room

    NC State Board of Education | 02/27/2020


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