Monday, July 16, 2017

When my children were young, to honor Martin Luther King Jr. Day we would share our dreams. What are your dreams for our students, our schools, and the future of our state? Share them with us on Twitter today @EducationNC.

The American Enterprise Institute is hosting a discussion about race, social justice, and school reform on Wednesday, January 25 from 2:45-5:00. Here is more information. A video will be posted 24 hours after the event.

  • How The Systemic Segregation Of Schools Is Maintained By 'Individual Choices'

    Fresh Air: nprEd | 01/16/2017

  • Trump's Anti-Immigration Rhetoric Fuels Data Concerns

    Education Week | 01/13/2017

  • Can School Buses Close the Digital Gap?

    Governing | 01/01/2017

  • UNC OKs major plan to improve higher education in North Carolina

    The Charlotte Observer | 01/13/2017

  • These future scientists excel in STEM competition

    The News & Observer | 01/15/2017

  • Asheville-Buncombe teacher apartments

    The Asheville Citizen-Times | 01/13/2017

  • 3 Forsyth schools pick up $4 million worth of federal grants

    The Winston-Salem Journal | 01/15/2017

  • "Rookie" teachers recognized at New Hanover County Schools

    Wilmington Star News | 01/14/2017

  • State school board chair: Lawmakers should not 'have a beef with us'

    WRAL | 01/14/2017

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