This week in #nced: Virtual Pre-K Still on The Table at General Assembly as Early Childhood Experts Raise Red Flags, Caution Against More Screen Time; NC Surpasses 200 Charter Schools as State Board Approves 10 More
The Friday Report May 31, 2019 Public School Forum Honors Jim and Barbara Goodmon with Annual Education Award Nearly 500 educators, business leaders, community stakeholders, government officials and supporters of […]
This week in #nced: ‘The Future of Education’: Rowan-Salisbury Schools Unveils Renewal Plan; Only Low-Performing Schools Can Get Charter-Like Flexibility. Wake Says That ‘Stinks’
This week in #nced:’Nothing’s Really Changed’: NC Teaching Fellows Still Enrolling Mostly White Female Students; School Board Axes Grant Funds For Equity Training
This week in #nced: Without Evidence to Suggest They are Effective, NC Senate Moves to Expand Private School Vouchers and Virtual Charter School Programs; Senate Lowers Performance Standards for Charter Schools, Eliminates Enrollment Cap
This week in #nced: Teachers March on Raleigh to Ask for More Support for Their Students; House Budget Delays Raises Till January Because of ‘Availability’ of Funds
This week in #nced: Thousands of Teachers will March in Raleigh on May 1. Here are the Event Details; 26 School Districts Cancel Class Ahead of Teacher Rally in Downtown Raleigh
This week in #nced: Many Kids Can’t Get into NC Pre-K. Now Some Lawmakers Want to Offer Online Preschool; Senators Are Acting on 3 Education Bills Affecting Testing, Reading and Teacher Shortages
This week in #nced: For Rural Schools, Extra Money Could Help Keep The Roof On; Advocating for ‘Our Children’ or a ‘Marxist’ Event? NC’s Upcoming Teacher Protest Draws Debate.
This week in #nced NC Senate Continues Push for Alternatives to Public Schools; The Evolution of School Segregation: The North Carolina Story
This week in #nced: NC House Moves Forward with Changes to A-F School Grades; Bills to Cut K-12 Testing, Challenge Curriculum Materials Advance in House
This week in #nced: House Education Committee Tackles School Performance Grades; School Board Weighs Pay Cuts
This week in #nced: Another Fayetteville Voucher School at Heart of Athletics Scandal; NC Ranks 29th in Nation for Teacher Pay, 2nd in Southeast
This week in #nced: NC Teachers Who Carry Guns in Schools Would Get Pay Raises Under New Bill; Report Says Average NC Teacher Salary Is Nearly $54,000. But NCAE Says That Figure Is ‘Skewed.’
This week in #nced: School Bond Proposal Sets Stage for Legislative Fight; Report Says ‘Leaky Pipeline’ of Students in Education System Is Costing NC Skilled Workers
This week in #nced: Senate Leader: If NC Private School Voucher Money Is Going Unspent, Loosen the Rules; ‘Don’t Go Be a Teacher’ Is the Attitude NC Schools Chief Wants to Change. Here’s How.
RALEIGH, NC (February 19, 2019) – A study released today by the Public School Forum of North Carolina once again illustrates a chronic and growing gap in public school funding […]
This week in #nced: NC Voucher Fund Leaves Millions Unspent While Growing by $10 Million a Year; Senate School Construction Plan Clears First Hurdle
This week in #nced: Will NC Teachers Once Again Get Extra Pay for Master’s Degrees? Plan Has Bipartisan Support; NC Public Schools ‘Having Real Trouble Finding Elementary Teachers’
This week in #nced: Raises? Supplies? More Jobs? What Teachers and State Workers Want in NC Budget Talks; NC Charter Schools Have Nearly Doubled Since 2011. Some Say It’s Time for a New Cap.
This week in #nced: NC’s Teacher Diversity Gap: ‘Where Are the Black and Brown Teachers?’ In NC, 80 Percent of Public School Teachers Are White; Are NC Schools Biased Against Black Students? New Report Points to Suspension Rates.
This Year’s Top Issue: NC Must Renew its Commitment to Public Schools for the Public Good RALEIGH, NC (January 23, 2019) – The Public School Forum of North Carolina released […]
The Friday Report January 18, 2019 Forum News Education Matters: Freshman Year When the new NC General Assembly was sworn in last week, about 1/4 of the 50-member Senate […]
This week in #nced: ‘Moving Backwards’ on Reading. NC Is Not Seeing Gains from Its Read To Achieve Program; NC Won’t Take Over Low-Performing School. District Has 2 Years to Turn Things Around.