State Board of Education meets this week

September is attendance awareness month. Get your tools to spread the word here.

The NC State Board of Education will meet on Wednesday and Thursday.

Robert will visit Richmond Community College and Bryan will visit Central Carolina Community College today.

  • Forum Spotlight: Reach NC Voices

    IEI | 08/27/2018

  • Administrators Can Make or Break School Culture. Here’s How to Spot the Best Ones

    Education Week | 08/08/2018

  • N.C. Officials to Set Goals to Improve Child Health Outcomes

    NC Health News | 08/31/2018

  • Is the Federal Government Shortchanging Special Education Students?

    Education Commission of the States | 09/04/2018

  • School board to consider school-based mental health services

    The Jacksonville Daily News | 09/02/2018

  • Why North Carolina’s youngest students will get some relief from testing this year

    The Charlotte Observer | 09/01/2018

  • In search for new workers, local manufacturers turn to young apprentices

    The Greensboro News & Record | 09/02/2018

  • Bishop Hope Ward: Partnering with Public Schools

    UMC Connections | 08/21/2018

  • What Governors Should Know About K-12 School Quality and the Economy

    EducationNext | 09/04/2018

  • First Look: Where chronic student absence is a problem and strategies to make progress

    Brookings | 08/31/2018

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