Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Join the NC Rural Center today, Tuesday, May 9, for its first-ever statewide Rural Day. Learn about the issues facing rural North Carolina, meet with state leaders, and network with other rural champions. Governor Roy Cooper will be speaking and Lt. Governor Dan Forest will deliver recorded remarks. Here is more information.

  • Student Absenteeism: Three New Studies to Know

    Education Week | 05/08/2017

  • Comparing NC voucher students to public school pupils

    The News & Observer | 05/08/2017

  • The man behind the desk at New Hanover schools

    The Wilmington Star News | 05/06/2017

  • Some Guilford County schools will see a K-3 class size increase next year

    The Greensboro News & Record | 05/07/2017

  • Changing face of public schools nutrition: Catawba County school lunches get new look, more taste

    The Hickory Daily Record | 05/07/2017

  • NC superintendent hopes to hire chief innovation officer, other positions, with help from lawmakers

    WRAL | 05/08/2017

  • To improve education in America, look beyond the traditional school model

    Brookings | 05/08/2017

  • Inside a Multiage Classroom

    The Atlantic | 05/09/2017

  • Citizen Science Day: Goggles, Lab Coat, Degree not Required

    Lab Out Loud | 05/08/2017

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