Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Here is the proposed Senate budget, released yesterday.

Here is the committee report on the budget.

Here are Jeb Bush’s prepared remarks from yesterday so you can see what he has to say about education.


  • Meet the New Common Core

    The New York Times | 06/16/2015

  • As Jeb Bush Officially Declares 2016 Run, A Quick Review of His K-12 Record

    Education Week | 06/15/2015

  • Senate budget: Younger teachers to see bigger raises as TAs face cuts

    The Charlotte Observer | 06/15/2015

  • Schools, Buncombe County work on housing for teachers

    The Asheville Citizen-Times | 06/15/2015

  • Opinions aired at meeting on Common Core

    The News & Observer | 06/15/2015

  • Teacher, administrator resign in wake of book controversy

    The Durham Herald-Sun | 06/15/2015

  • A Confident Jeb Jumps In

    The Weekly Standard | 06/15/2015

  • Senate Spends Nearly $800 Million Less Than House

    The Carolina Journal | 06/16/2015

  • NC Senate unveils education budget that guts teacher assistants, rewards less experienced teachers

    NC Policy Watch | 06/16/2015

  • Refresher: What's in the House ESEA Bill?

    Education Week | 06/14/2015

  • Lazy Rivers and Student Debt

    Inside Higher Ed | 06/15/2015

  • Colonel Saunders, UNC and Southern Reconstruction revisited

    The News & Observer | 06/14/2015


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