Thursday, January 14, 2016

Education Week has published a special project, “Reversing a Raw Deal,” on rural schools and Internet service.


  • K-12 Still Struggling for Traction as Campaign Issue

    Education Week | 01/13/2016

  • Obama’s State of the Union speech: Examining what he said about education

    The Hechinger Report | 01/13/2016

  • With gains scarce, CMS and donors pin hope on final 2 years of Project LIFT

    The Charlotte Observer | 01/13/2016

  • Netflix chief announces $100 million fund for education

    The Washington Post | 01/13/2016

  • Transgender Wake County students call for policy changes

    WRAL | 01/12/2016

  • Discrimination agreement required at voucher-eligible school

    NC Policy Watch | 01/13/2016

  • Flashback: Breaking Up Is Hard To Do

    The Carolina Journal | 01/13/2016

  • Drop-out age

    Kernersville News | 01/12/2016

  • Lt. Gov. Dan Forest talks megasite, education at town hall forum

    The Asheboro Courier-Tribune | 01/12/2016

  • Forest visits Uwharrie Charter

    The Asheboro Courier-Tribune | 01/12/2016

  • Open letter from teacher takes Dan Forest to task on charter schools

    NC Policy Watch | 01/12/2016


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