Monday, January 8, 2018

The N.C. Charter School Advisory Board is meeting today and tomorrow.

The Joint Legislative Education Oversight Committee meets on Tuesday, January 9, at 10am in 643 LOB.

The N.C. General Assembly will be in session on Wednesday, January 10. The session convenes at noon.

  • North Carolina Title II Adult Education Provider Report on Measurable Skill Gains, 2016-17

    NC Community Colleges | 12/01/2017

  • Report on Education Legislation, 2017

    Public Schools of North Carolina | 01/05/2018

  • Gov. Roy Cooper says lawmakers must pay for smaller K-3 classes

    The News & Observer | 01/05/2018

  • ‘We’re not going away.’ Rally urges lawmakers to fund K-3 class-size reductions

    The News & Observer | 01/06/2018

  • State Report Tallies Teachers Who Left Their Schools

    WUNC | 01/05/2018

  • Newton-Conover City Schools system focuses on students’ lifelong success

    The Hickory Daily Record | 01/06/2018

  • Filling America's 6 Million Job Vacancies

    The Atlantic | 01/05/2018

  • The Every Student Succeeds Act Process Is More Important Than the Details

    U.S. News & World Report | 01/04/2018

  • Primetime for Coaching: Improving Instructional Coaching in Early Childhood Education

    Bellweather | 12/01/2017

  • Opioid Epidemic Ignores Boundaries in North Carolina

    ncIMPACT | 12/14/2017

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