Friday, March 13, 2015

Check out JB Buxton’s Journey in Education on WUNC’s The State of Things.


Here is the data set used to build the 2013-14 NC School Report Cards. A data dictionary is included that provides descriptions of the data elements for each data table. A zip file at the bottom of the page contains all tables to download.

  • Parents, students urged: Fight bullying

    The Greenville Daily Reflector | 03/12/2015

  • Assessing the assessments - a new kind of school choice

    The Durham Herald-Sun | 03/12/2015

  • Dwindling resources makes collaboration among education institutions imperative, leaders say

    The Winston-Salem Journal | 03/12/2015

  • Here are the states that serve the most local food at school

    Vox | 03/12/2015

  • Why Some Schools Serve Local Food And Others Can't (Or Won't)

    NPR | 03/11/2015

  • In 23 states, richer school districts get more local funding than poorer districts

    The Washington Post | 03/12/2015

  • Parents in poor communities do care about their children’s schooling. Here’s how to get them involved

    The Hechinger Report | 03/13/2015

  • CMS launching 18-month student assignment review

    The Charlotte Observer | 03/12/2015

  • Could CMS have a student on the school board?

    The Charlotte Observer | 03/13/2015

These are the sources EdNC checks every day: The New York Times, Education Week, The Washington Post, The Hechinger Report, Inside Higher Ed, Education Next, Vox, Governing, NPR Ed, The News & Observer and Wake Ed Blog, The Charlotte Observer, Carolina Public Press, The Asheville Citizen-Times, The Winston-Salem Journal, The Fayetteville Observer, The Greenville Daily Reflector, Wilmington-Star News, The Hickory Daily Record, The Durham Herald-Sun, The Greensboro News & Record, The Lexington Dispatch, FOX Breaking News, WRAL, WUNC Radio, The Associated Press, State Government Radio, The Governor’s News, The Lieutenant Governor’s News, The N.C. General Assembly’s News, DPI’s News, The Carolina Journal, NC Policy Watch, and NC SPIN. If you have a source you’d like us to consider or an article you think needs to be included, email

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