Tuesday, March 27, 2018

The Joint Legislative Study Committee on the Division of Local School Administrative Units will meet tomorrow in 544 LOB at 9am. EdNC’s Molly Osborne will be there.

The Committee on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities will meet today in 544 LOB at tomorrow. You can listen in here.


  • This is where Nation is today...Creating a Culture of Listening: Using Dialogue to Bridge Divides and Serve Diverse Audiences in their Communities

    API | 03/27/2018

  • Unlocking the Science of How Kids Think

    EducationNext | 03/23/2018

  • Betsy DeVos visits Johnstown, makes good on promise to visit struggling schools

    The Tribune Review | 03/26/2018

  • Report: NC School Boards, Counties Should Stay Out of Court

    AP: US News & World Report | 03/26/2018

  • Colin Campbell: School safety agreement possible, not gun control

    Rocky Mount Telegram | 03/27/2018

  • DAN GERLACH: Lessons learned over a decade serving rural N.C

    WRAL | 03/24/2018

  • Rockingham Community College makes strides in attracting students

    Rockingham News | 03/26/2018

  • Exclusive Analysis: New Harvard Analysis Shows Public Support for Charter Schools Has Jumped 10 Points In Last Year

    The 74 Million | 03/27/2018

  • Looking for Lasting Change? Start Talking to Other Departments.

    EdSurge | 03/22/2018


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