Friday, April 1, 2016

On April 20, 2016, from 1-2pm, Excelencia in Education is hosting a special webinar to discuss the current trends for Latino males in higher education and the growing gender gap in educational attainment. Here is a link to register.

The State Board of Education will hold its spring planning/work session in addition to its monthly meeting next week, April 5-7, in the First Floor Meeting Room, Watson College of Education, UNC-Wilmington, 970 Reynolds Drive, Wilmington.

The full agendas and executive summaries are posted online under the Meetings tab. The State Board’s Thursday meeting will be audio streamed for those who can’t attend.


  • Shining Rock is on state's 'at risk' list

    The Mountaineer | 03/30/2016

  • Education Department to Release Some Draft ESSA Regulations Later This Week

    Education Week | 03/31/2016

  • Coming Tuesday: Public hearing on CMS construction and bond plan

    The Charlotte Observer | 03/31/2016

  • New president named for NC community college system

    The Raleigh News & Observer | 03/31/2016

  • One School District Tries To Change The Status Quo In AP Classes

    WUNC Radio | 03/30/2016

  • Talks of expanding Say Yes to charter schools continue

    The Greensboro News & Record | 03/31/2016

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