From #RealCollege to the real challenges of our homeless students

There was a town hall on student debt last night. Check out #RealCollege on Twitter to see the highlights.

We will be at the press conference this morning at 10am where we expect NC business leaders to roll out a report on changes to state funding of pre-k that could increase participation. Follow me on Twitter @Mebane_Rash. 

Liz Bell is at the Governor’s Commission on Leandro today. Follow her on Twitter @llizabell for the latest.

  • Republicans Offer Tempered Message for National School Choice Week Amid More Hostile Headwinds From New House Dem Majority

    The 74 Million | 01/15/2019

  • ‘Very Alarming’ Teen Vaping Study Shows 1 in 5 High School Seniors Reports Having Vaped Nicotine in Previous Month

    The 74 Million | 01/14/2019


    Education Week | 01/16/2019

  • North Carolina Earns a C+ on Chance-for-Success Index, Ranks 30th in Nation

    Education Week | 01/16/2019

  • School lunches shrink as one NC school district feels heat from government shutdown

    The News & Observer | 01/16/2019

  • There’s Much to Gain by Investing in High-Quality, Early Childhood Education Programs

    RWJF: Policies for Action | 01/08/2019

  • Testing in NC schools could get less stressful. Changes in exam rules are coming.

    The News & Observer | 01/16/2019

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