Thursday, March 19, 2015

Today the NC Association of School Administrators (NCASA) is celebrating the 175th anniversary of public schools at 2:30 at the Raleigh Convention Center. Governor Pat McCrory is scheduled to speak at 3:00.

 


  • College Cuts Clash With Calls for Better-Educated Workers: At a time when Obama is calling for free community college, some states are considering big cuts to higher education budgets.

    Governing | 03/19/2015

  • NC still lags in teacher pay, student spending

    WRAL | 03/19/2015

  • Kernersville students meet Prince Charles in DC

    The Winston-Salem Journal | 03/19/2015

  • Bill would require health exams for all new public school students

    The Charlotte Observer | 03/19/2015

  • Hickory Public Schools transfers money to get students online

    The Hickory Daily Record | 03/18/2015

  • New tuition-free K-2 school planned in Durham

    The Durham Herald-Sun | 03/18/2015

  • NC teacher pay ranked 42nd in nation

    The Asheville Citizen-Times | 03/18/2015

  • We’re All Art Teachers

    EducationNext |

  • Teachers can’t transform urban schools without studying communities

    The Hechinger Report | 03/19/2015


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