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Talk Like a Tarheel

From the mountains to the coast, place names in North Carolina can be confusing. Talk Like a Tarheel from UNC-CH’s Wilson Library is a great resource for pronunciation.

US Census Quickfacts on North Carolina

For a quick look at data on North Carolina and the US.

Education Week’s A to Z Index

Education Week’s A to Z Index presents background information on important education issues.

Data sources

We want you to know where the numbers come from, and we want you to be able to find the data you need by state, school district (LEA), or school. Generally, where we provide information about a source, it is the source’s explanation of themselves, not our explanation of the source.  You get to decide who to trust.


Recently added resources

Ending Child Poverty Now

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From the Children’s Defense Fund

Making School Choice Work

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How Parents Experience Public School Choice

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Top ten education issues in 2015

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From the Public School Forum of North Carolina