Senate committees announced

Coverage of the GAO report on food insecurity continues, as you can see.

  • Sen. Rick Horner, R-Nash, joins Sens. Deanna Ballard, R-Watauga, and Jerry Tillman, R-Randolph, in chairing the Committee on Education and Higher Education.

    The Wilson Times | 01/10/2019

  • NC won’t take over low-performing school. District has 2 years to turn things around.

    The News & Observer | 01/10/2019

  • Federal Report Agrees Some Low-Income College Students Are Going Hungry

    Inside Higher Ed | 01/10/2019

  • School Teasing and Bullying After the Presidential Election

    Educational Researcher | 01/08/2019

  • At ACC, Cooper touts Finish Line grants, community colleges’ importance

    The Burlington Times-News | 01/10/2019

  • Showing Love and Respect: Eight Ways We Improved Access and Support for Transfer Students

    The EvoLLLution | 01/07/2019

  • ‘The Resilience of Religion in American Higher Education’

    Inside Higher Ed | 01/11/2019

  • Millions of College Students Are Going Hungry: A new government report highlights just how pervasive the problem is.

    The Atlantic | 01/09/2019

  • How Does a College Grad End Up at a For-Profit Technical School? It’s All About the Job Market — and the Value of a Bachelor’s Degree

    The 74 Million | 01/09/2019

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