Monday, October 24, 2016

The Joint Legislative Study Committee on School-Based Administrator Pay will meet today at 10am in 415 LOB. EdNC’s Alex Granados will be there Here is some information about the meeting. You can listen here at 10am.

The floods in eastern North Carolina — and the impact on students, schools, and communities — remind us why the work of EdNC is so important. Liz Bell will be in Edgecombe County on Thursday when many of the students return to school. Alex has been covering the issue of principal since day one of EdNC. If you think our coverage is important, please support EdNC with a sustaining contribution today. https://support.ednc.org/donate

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    The Washington Post | 10/22/2016

  • A series on Match High School, a charter school in Boston

    The Hechinger Report | 10/18/2016

  • Here's the best case that software is about to disrupt education

    Vox | 10/06/2016

  • What Are The Main Reasons Teachers Call It Quits?

    nprEd | 10/24/2016

  • After Nearly a Decade, School Investments Still Way Down in Some States

    Center on Budget and Policy Priorities | 10/20/2016

  • Forsyth County Republican takes on incumbent in state superintendent race

    The Winston-Salem Journal | 10/23/2016


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