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The world is watching what happened in Charlottesville, Va., this weekend. NPR wants to hear from teachers. If you talk about Charlottesville in your classes this week, or have resources to recommend, please contact [email protected] [email protected].

North Carolina: The New American Heartland is a multi-dimensional initiative — highlighted by a three-day gathering on September 27–29, 2017 — enlisting scholars, artists, critics, journalists, educators, economic forecasters, policy experts, activists, community leaders, business owners, and others to critically consider North Carolina’s role as a bellwether for the nation.

EducationNC is partnering with the National Humanities Center to explore the worlds of food, and consider how this most central aspect of our daily lives is intertwined with education, changes in demographics, poverty, regionalization and globalization, and the health of all of our people now and in the future. Nation is our lead on this event so you won’t be surprised that throughout the forum, we will also directly appreciate the richness and diversity of North Carolina food culture in meals prepared by community chefs employing techniques and traditions from North Carolina’s past as well as those being introduced by new arrivals.

Teachers, if you would like to join us at the Heartland forum, contact Mebane at [email protected] for a complimentary ticket.

These are the sources EdNC checks every day: The New York Times, Education Week, The Washington Post, The Hechinger Report, Inside Higher Ed, Education Next, Vox, Governing, NPR Ed, The News & Observer and Wake Ed Blog, The Charlotte Observer, Carolina Public Press, The Asheville Citizen-Times, The Winston-Salem Journal, The Fayetteville Observer, The Greenville Daily Reflector, Wilmington-Star News, The Hickory Daily Record, The Durham Herald-Sun, The Greensboro News & Record, The Lexington Dispatch, FOX Breaking News, WRAL, WUNC Radio, The Associated Press, State Government Radio, The Governor’s News, The Lieutenant Governor’s News, The N.C. General Assembly’s News, DPI’s News, The Carolina Journal, NC Policy Watch, and NC SPIN. If you have a source you’d like us to consider or an article you think needs to be included, email [email protected].


Mebane Rash

Mebane Rash is the CEO and editor-in-chief of EducationNC.


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