In case you missed it, our Liz Bell was featured on WFAE’s Charlotte Talks this week with another of our favorite education reporters, Ann Doss Helms with The Charlotte Observer. Listen in here for an update on all things education as we head back to school.
And our Nation Han was featured on UNC-TV’s First in Future hosted by Leslie Boney. A great talk on loss, life, love, and the future of North Carolina, watch it here.
The Structure of Educational Revolutions
In the new National Affairs, the author argues today’s K-12 system is durable because, first, it’s based on principles many people hold dear; and, second, it’s terribly difficult to unwind century-old policies.... Read the rest
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