Somber Mood in Charlottesville as Schools Prepare to Open
Education Week | 08/16/2017
During her days as a 4th grade teacher in Charlottesville, Va., Janette Martin remembers taking students on field trips to the site of the city’s controversial statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee.... Read the rest
The Teacher Evaluation Revamp, In Hindsight
Sacrificing educators’ consciences to raise high school graduation rates
The Washington Post | 08/20/2017
OPINION: May we please forget about tests for a minute and go read some books?
Hechinger Report | 08/17/2017
Paul Miller Loved Teaching Math So Much That He Did It For Nearly 80 Years
nprEd | 08/19/2017
Why 50 young teens at UNCC embody the future of public education in Charlotte
The Charlotte Observer | 08/16/2017
Enrollment At NC Teaching Programs Inches Back Up
WUNC | 08/17/2017
Does housing policy impact Wilmington’s school diversity?