New websites and fellowships…

The Commission on Access to Sound Basic Education has a website now. Take a look.

The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation (ZSR) is seeking to invest directly in young innovators, change makers, visionaries, entrepreneurs and risk takers between the ages of 21 and 35 with bold ideas for how to make a difference in North Carolina and its communities. The newly established All For NC Fellowship is a 12-month program designed to provide funding, coaching and mentoring to young people who have a vision and plan that could contribute to a better life for North Carolina’s people and communities. The application is due January 25. Here is more information.


  • State Education Officials Say 1 in 5 NC Teachers is Chronically Absent

    WUNC | 12/11/2018

  • Adult education programs can offer hope for a better life. Now they face budget cuts.

    The News & Observer | 12/10/2018

  • Impact of Targeted Tuition-Free Programs

    Inside Higher Ed | 12/11/2018

  • Social Emotional Learning

    RTI | 12/04/2018

  • Perkins V: Building Stronger Bridges Between Employers and CTE

    Education Commission of the States | 12/10/2018

  • PODCAST: Charter School Superstars with Pamela Blizzard of Research Triangle High School

    Academica Media | 12/05/2018


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