Friday, January 18, 2018

This week, EdNC is celebrating our third anniversary.

Our thanks to The Hunt Institute for sharing a series of Q&As with experts from around the country on equity. This series will continuing rolling out next week, and you can find all of the articles here.

EdNC’s Liz Bell is rolling out four short documentaries about men of color in a series entitled, “Equity Meets Education.” Listen in here to WUNC’s The State of Things for a discussion about equity and the lives of these menPlease consider supporting our independent news and research. It’s all about our students, our schools, our state, and our future.

  • How Students Use Federal, State and Institutional Aid to Pay for College: A Primer for State Policymakers

    Education Commission of the States | 01/16/2018

  • PODCAST: Modeling Civil Dialogue featuring June Atkinson

    Wildacres Leadership Initiative | 12/15/2017


    The Edvocate | 01/17/2018


    The Knight Foundation | 01/16/2018

  • John Burris and a View from Philanthropy on the Future of Science Communication: Inspiring Novel Collaborations and Building Capacity

    The Burroughs Wellcome Fund and the Arthur M. Sackler Colloquium | 12/05/2017

  • Rural Schools Often Ignored in Research and Policy Discussions

    Education Week | 01/18/2018

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