Lots of ways for you to weigh in on ed policy

From our colleagues at DPI:

Policy Implications for the Social Studies Standards Revision Process

Please join the NCDPI Social Studies team on October 15, 2019 from 10-11 am for a webinar concerning Policy Implications for the Social Studies Standards Revision process. This webinar will provide an opportunity for stakeholders to offer feedback on policy implications for the standards revision. The webinar will also be recorded for anyone who cannot attend. NCDPI K-12 Social Studies team is deeply committed to ensuring the revision process includes the consideration of all concerns posed by educators in the schools and local districts. Register here.


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    NC Arts Council | 10/17/2019

  • How Governors Are Shaping the Opportunity Zone Landscape

    Urban Institute | 10/07/2019

  • K-12 Education Legislative Update

    Public Schools of North Carolina | 10/11/2019

  • Education Data Legislation Review

    Data Quality Campaign | 10/11/2019

  • How Outcomes Metrics Can Better Reflect Community College Performance

    Third Way | 10/08/2019

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