On consolidation, collaboration, and partnership

According to the Insider, House Speaker Tim Moore, R-Cleveland, “said measures for K-12, community colleges and UNC System funding will be up next. Community college funding provisions from the vetoed budget are first up, rolling out in the House Appropriations Committee this morning in a proposed committee substitute to Senate Bill 61, which was previously a license plate bill.” Alex Granados will be there. Follow him on Twitter @agranadoster.


  • New rule requires lead testing at licensed N.C. child care centers

    NC Health News | 10/07/2019

  • Rowan legislators discuss first year of ‘renewal’ school system

    The Salisbury Post | 10/07/2019

  • Ocracoke students back in class one month after Dorian

    WITN | 10/07/2019

  • EMERGING ELECTORATE: LATINX VOTERS IN NORTH CAROLINA

    Democracy NC | 09/30/2019

  • School Districts Vow to Sue Juul Over Student Vaping

    Education Week | 10/03/2019

  • 'This is the bust': Colleges tackle the challenge of regional consolidation

    EducationDIVE | 10/02/2019

  • New Poll Finds Voters Favor Innovation, School Choice, Fair Funding and Accountability. The Democrats Should Listen.

    The 74 | 10/07/2019


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