Wednesday, March 18, 2015

NEA’s Rankings of the States 2014 and Estimates of School Statistics 2015 have been released.

NC is 47th in average teacher salaries for 2013-14 at $44,990 (see Table C-11 on p. 19), and ranks last in the country for percentage change in average teacher salaries between 2003-04 and 2013-14 with -17.4 percent (see Table C-14 on p. 20).

  • Common Core Critics Suggest "Complete Rewrite"

    WUNC | 03/17/2015

  • Free community college tuition for high achievers clears committee

    WRAL | 03/17/2015

  • Driver’s ed could escape state funding cut

    The Charlotte Observer | 03/17/2015

  • Education without Representation

    EducationNext | 03/16/2015

  • VIDEO: Teaching Teachers How To Lead Beyond Their Classroom

    EducationNext | 03/17/2015

  • Putnam Argues Poor Kids Should Be 'Our Kids'

    Education Week | 03/17/2015

  • States Prepare Public for Common-Core Test Results

    Education Week | 03/17/2015

  • Rebranding NCLB a Tough Marketing Task

    Education Week | 03/17/2015

  • Districts Ramp Up Efforts to Link Spending, Academic Priorities

    Education Week | 03/17/2015

  • After Divisive Start, Use of 'Parent Trigger' Law Matures

    Education Week | 03/17/2015

  • Districts Work With Families to Curb Pre-K Absenteeism

    Education Week | 03/17/2015

  • 'Education Innovation Clusters' Aim to Improve Schools

    Education Week | 03/17/2015

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