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Friday Report - April 3rd, 2020

This week in #nced: Two Executive Orders Make It Easier for Students to Access Remote Learning as COVID-19 Spreads; Schools Get $13.5 Billion in Coronavirus Package Signed Into Law

Call for Nominations and Applications: President/Executive Director – Public School Forum of NC

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Public School Forum of NC Launches Study Group XVII

Public School Forum of NC Launches Study Group XVII

Efforts Will Target the Unique Education Challenges Facing Rural North Carolina’s Students RALEIGH, NC (October 30, 2019) – Stakeholders representing business, education, government, academia and the non-profit community gathered at Research Triangle Park Headquarters...

Public School Forum of North Carolina Announces Study Group XVII

Public School Forum of North Carolina Announces Study Group XVII

Efforts Will Target the Unique Education Challenges Facing Rural North Carolina’s Students The Public School Forum of NC is excited to announce the launch of Study Group XVII, which will examine the unique education challenges facing students across rural North...

Yes, “A” Still Stands for Affluent in NC School Performance Grades

Yes, “A” Still Stands for Affluent in NC School Performance Grades

By Lindsay Wagner North Carolina released its annual A-F School Performance Grades this week and they continue to reflect the clear relationship between poverty and students’ test scores.  Of the 21.7% of North Carolina schools that received either a D or F in...