Integration and segregation and our classrooms

Yesterday, State Superintendent Mark Johnson proclaimed October School Safety and Kindness Month in North Carolina. The press release says, “Inspired by the strength and resiliency of the students and staff of Butler High School after the tragic event on October 29, 2018, Superintendent Johnson and his team developed the NC Kindness Campaign as another way to emphasize kindness in our schools as an important component of school safety.” Here is the proclamation.

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    Educational Researcher | 07/29/2019

  • SURVEY | Are high schools preparing students for the future?

    Kauffman Foundation | 10/01/2019

  • Iredell-Statesville Schools gets federal grant to "rethink education"

    US Department of Education | 09/27/2019

  • Interactive Data Story on Career and Technical Education in High School

    US Department of Education | 09/27/2019

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    Carolina Public Press | 09/30/2019

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    WRAL | 10/01/2019

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