Monday, September 18, 2017

We were thrilled to be notified this week that First Vote NC has been nominated for a national Civvys award. The Civvy Awards are a national awards program designed to highlight organizations — including¬†nonprofit programs to improve educational outcomes — that leverage collaboration as a key strength in building initiatives to improve communities. So proud of Hunter and the team!

Here is more information about First Vote NC and how high school civics teachers can sign up to participate in the election.

  • Planning for student growth

    Hendersonville Daily Dispatch | 09/15/2017

  • Where the Digital Divide Is the Worst

    Governing | 09/07/2017

  • Betsy DeVos Waiting for 'Right Time,' Circumstances for a Choice Initiative

    Education Week | 09/17/2017

  • Durham, Johnston schools ask to be excluded from NC's new Innovative School District

    WRAL | 09/18/2017

  • There is no constitutional right to a high-quality public education. Should there be?

    The Washington Post | 09/17/2017

  • Class Size Mandate

    Education Matters | 09/15/2017

  • My Teacher: Art That's Everywhere

    WUNC | 09/18/2017

  • How to Make Every Grade More Like Kindergarten

    nprEd | 09/18/2017

  • Summer Learning Loss: What Is It, and What Can We Do About It?

    EducationNext | 09/18/2017

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

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