Governor Roy Cooper, The Hunt Institute, and the NC Business Committee for Education are hosting the DRIVE Summit today. DRIVE stands for developing a representative and inclusive vision for education. The purpose of the summit is to move towards a new landscape in recruiting, developing, supporting, and retaining educators of color in North Carolina. Check out EducationNC’s Facebook page for a livestream, and follow us on Twitter for live tweets throughout the day.
Are you an educator of color? If so, we want to hear from you. What motivated you to join the profession? And now, what will it take to keep you in education? Share your story with us here. https://www.ednc.org/reach-nc-poll/nc-educators-of-color-share-your-story/
The North Carolina Birth-3rd Grade Interagency Council will meet Thursday, Dec. 12, from 2 to 4:30 p.m. in Board Room 150, N.C. Department of Transportation, 1 S. Wilmington St, Raleigh.
The DRIVE Summit Issue BriefAll of North Carolina’s 115 local education agencies (LEAs) have a greater share of students of color than educators of color. Learn more.... Read the rest
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