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WakeEd Partnership and Public School Forum of NC Join Forces to Support Beginning Teachers in Wake County
RALEIGH, NC (August 30, 2017) – The Public School Forum of North Carolina and WakeEd Partnership have teamed up to jointly lead the Beginning Teacher Leadership Network (BTLN) of Wake County for the 2017-2018 school year. The BTLN began as a pilot program of the...read more
RALEIGH, NC (August 30, 2017) – Lindsay Wagner is joining the Public School Forum of North Carolina as Senior Writer/Researcher. Most recently, Wagner worked at the A.J. Fletcher Foundation providing research, analysis, and reporting on key education issues with a...read more
Public School Forum’s Beginning Teacher Leadership Network Expanding to Cabarrus, Carteret and Onslow Counties
RALEIGH, NC (August 30, 2017) – The Public School Forum of North Carolina’s Beginning Teacher Leadership Network (BTLN) that currently works with early-career teachers in Wake, Mecklenburg and Union Counties is expanding to three new counties this school year....read more
In the News
Originally Published in the Public School Forum's Friday Report on 8/11/17 --- A new principal pay plan enacted this year by the General Assembly drew pointed comments and concerns at last week’s State Board of Education’s (SBE) meeting. The 2017 changes dramatically...read more
By James E. Ford As I arrived at the US Department of Education on Tuesday morning, I didn’t fully know what to expect. I had been invited to participate in a roundtable discussion with fellow former teachers to discuss teacher retention and why we left the classroom....read more
Join us January 25th for our 2017 Eggs & Issues Eventread more