Friday, November 20, 2015

This report was released yesterday: 2015 State of the States: A report on the state of broadband connectivity in America’s K-12 public schools.

  • NC School’s Private Pop-up Shop Lets Underserved Students Buy Basics With Dignity

    The Huffington Post | 11/16/2015

  • Negotiators Come to Agreement on Revising No Child Left Behind Law

    The New York Times | 11/19/2015

  • The Slowest Internet: Students miss out on the digital revolution

    Education Week | 11/20/2015

  • Is homelessness among U.S. kids declining, or surging? It depends on whom you ask.

    The Washington Post | 11/19/2015

  • How does your state rank? New figures on school Internet access reveal the answer

    The Hechinger Report | 11/19/2015

  • Researchers asked 20,000 teens if they expected to live to 35. The answers? So, so sad.

    Vox | 11/19/2015

  • Does It Pay To Pay Teachers $100,000?

    nprEd | 11/19/2015

  • Protesters issue demands at UNC-Chapel Hill meeting on race

    The Charlotte Observer | 11/20/2015

  • Wake County installing cameras inside all school buses

    The News & Observer | 11/19/2015

  • Pay raises for chancellors spark debate, criticism

    The Asheville Citizen-Times | 11/19/2015

  • Winston-Salem/Forsyth school leaders on lawmakers' hot seat

    Winston-Salem Journal | 11/20/2015

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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