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State Superintendent Mark Johnson will be joined by educators, law enforcement, counselors and elected officials on Thursday, May 30, at 10am to announce the selection of the anonymous school safety app that will be used by public schools in North Carolina. The app will enable students, educators, parents and other to anonymously report concerns or behavior they have witnessed that might signal a safety concern. Location: NC Department of Public Instruction, 301 N. Wilmington Street (1st floor), Raleigh, NC  27601.

  • With student mental health problems on the rise, UNC must do more to help, study finds

    The Charlotte Observer | 05/29/2019

  • EDlection 2020: Comparing K-12 Plans on Teacher Pay, Pre-K and More From Democratic Frontrunners Biden & Sanders

    The74 | 05/29/2019

  • From the Board Room: Activities of the NC Board of Education

    Public Schools of North Carolina | 05/29/2019

  • Who Is Generation Z?

    TRUST: Pew Charitable Trusts | 05/20/2019

  • Ten reasons our families refuse to participate in NC’s End of Grade testing

    NC Policy Watch | 05/29/2019

  • Supreme Court won't hear case on transgender school bathroom policy

    Politico | 05/28/2019

  • The College Dropout Crisis

    The New York Times | 05/23/2019

  • Imagine a school where the students choose their teachers.

    Phil Reardon, Founder and CEO of Schoolzine Pty Ltd | 05/29/2019

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