The Senate convenes at 9:30am, and the House convenes at 11am. The Senate’s Education/Higher Education Committee meets at noon.
Here is the agenda for the N.C. State Board of Education meeting today.
Please join the myFutureNC Commission in Kannapolis on June 14th at the David H. Murdock Research Institute to share your thoughts and ideas about strengthening educational and economic opportunities for your community.
Drop in at any time: We will share information on the commission at 2:30 pm, meet in small groups for discussion at 3:00 pm, and hold a panel discussion on the K-12 through community college perspective at 4:15 pm. RSVP for the afternoon’s listening session here.
After the listening session, EducationNC will be hosting a gathering at restaurant Forty Six. Doors open at 5:00 pm, with the event at 6:00 pm. Food and drink will be provided. We invite you to come talk with our Reach NC Voices team and tell us what “Attaining the Dream” in North Carolina means to you.
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