Thursday, September 22, 2016

I was born just a couple of years before the Swann decision. I was bussed from downtown Charlotte out to McClintock Middle School and then East Mecklenburg High School. As I grew up, never did I think that half a century later my city would still be struggling with the same issues. Recently, an EdNC contributor suggested we should have focused more on integration instead of desegregation — that the distinction is critical. Yesterday, as I walked around downtown knowing theĀ event to connect the the past, present, and future of the Swann decision would be cancelled, I couldn’t help but think about the motto of my elementary school, Irwin Elementary. It was living, loving, learning together. It’s time. Mebane

  • What is on the five-year horizon for K-12 schools worldwide?

    NMC/CoSN Horizon Report > 2016 K-12 Edition | 09/01/2016

  • Fresh Policy Leverage Waits as Governors' Contests Heat Up

    Education Week | 09/20/2016

  • The Big Move To Improve Head Start

    nprEd | 09/21/2016

  • A Look Inside Crossroads Flex High School

    The News & Observer | 09/21/2016

  • Black Caucus Education Tour throws into sharp relief disparities between Forsyth County schools

    The Winston-Salem Journal | 09/21/2016

  • Visualizing the breadth of skills movement across education systems

    Brookings | 09/16/2016

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