Guess in how many counties the school district is the largest employer…

Rep. Craig Horn was interviewed on the videocast Tar Heel Teachers. Stay tuned on Facebook or Twitter or YouTube tomorrow to see it when it posts!

Take a look at this special report on NC’s demographics and the impact on rural and urban NC by North Carolina News Collaborative, a partnership of the state’s largest newspapers that aims to provide deeper and broader news coverage to all regions of the state.

  • Becoming Visible: A Landscape Analysis of State Efforts to Provide Native American Education for All

    National Congress of American Indians | 09/01/2019

  • Screens in the Classroom: Tool or Temptation?

    The News & Observer | 12/11/2019

  • Most NC teachers are white. Here’s why the state wants to get more minority teachers.

    The Charlotte Observer | 12/16/2019

  • Strengthening Democracy With a Modern Civics Education

    Center for American Progress | 12/14/2019

  • Get Skilled, Get a Job, Give Back (G3): Virginia governor pitches free college plan to close state's skills gap

    EducationDIVE | 12/14/2019

  • Fewer Students Are Going To College. Here's Why That Matters

    npr | 12/16/2019

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