DPI issued a press release: NC RECEIVES ALL As FOR ITS PROFICIENCY STANDARDS FOR K-12 READING AND MATH; EDUCATION NEXT JOURNAL STUDIED RIGOR OF STATE STANDARDS AGAINST NAEP
The Education Trust released a report entitled, “FUNDING GAPS 2015: TOO MANY STATES STILL SPEND LESS ON EDUCATING STUDENTS WHO NEED THE MOST.”
A new report from the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation finds that state education policies are failing bright, low-income students. Not one state gets an A. NC gets a B-.
The Center for Evaluation & Education Policy released a report entitled, “Mapping the Growth of Statewide Voucher Programs in the United States.”
NCSBE v. NC and NC Rules Review Commission, 14 CVS 14791, is set for motions to be heard on Wednesday, April 29, 2015, at 2:30 p.m. in Wake County Civil Superior Court.
The Board of Governors materials for the meeting on April 9-10, 2015 are now available.