Friday, February 2, 2018

ICYMI, lots of news and fun going on. In a perspective, a teacher calls for the “educator’s touch” on legislation. New filings in Leandro yesterday. Our big bossy boss lady, Laura Lee, was selected for a big, and much deserved, honor — to be part of ONA’s Women’s Leadership Accelerator, “an intensive program aimed squarely at advancing women in digital journalism.” And CPCC’s Dr. Kandi Deitemeyer will be dancing in the Charlotte Ballet’s Dancing with the Stars. Listen to our podcast with her here. She says, “I know the story of many of our students. I’ve lived it out.”

The Senate convenes today at 10am. The House convenes on Monday at 4pm.


  • WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE SCHOOL TO PRISON PIPELINE

    The Edvocate | 02/01/2018

  • Do School Vouchers Work? Milwaukee’s Experiment Suggests an Answer

    The Wall Street Journal | 01/28/2018

  • Teaching Hard History

    Southern Poverty Law Center | 01/31/2018

  • Is strength-based learning a “magic bullet?”

    The Hechinger Report | 02/02/2018

  • More NC teachers are getting bigger bonuses in 2018. So why does controversy remain?

    The Charlotte Observer | 02/01/2018

  • NC high school students chart new course in journalism

    The Hickory Daily Record | 02/02/2018


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