Friday Report – May 18, 2018

This week in #nced: NC Teacher Marched on the Streets. Now What?; Legislators Promise Average Teacher Salary Will Exceed $53,000 Next Year

Friday Report – May 11, 2018

This week in #nced: 26 Districts and Counting Close As Teachers Rally for Public School Support; Gov. Roy Cooper Wants to Give Teachers and State Workers a Big Raise

Friday Report – May 4, 2018

This week in #nced: NC Lawmakers Want to Make Sure Cursive Is Taught and That Virtual Charter Schools Stay Open; NC School Board Hires Operator to Take Over Lagging School

Friday Report – April 27, 2018

This week in #nced: Lawmakers Say Reworking School Funding Will Take Time; NC Ranks 37th in the Nation for Teacher Pay, 39th in Per-Pupil Spending

2018 Roadmap of Need

GREENVILLE, NC (April 26, 2018) – A new report released today by the Public School Forum of North Carolina and its NC Center for Afterschool Programs (NC CAP) highlights large areas of North Carolina where young people are at risk of not succeeding. The report,...

Friday Report – April 20, 2018

This week in #nced: Gov. Cooper Seeks $130 Million for Safer NC Schools; Is North Carolina Ripe for Big Teacher Protests?

Friday Report – April 13, 2018

This week in #nced: NC Lawmakers Say Don’t Rush to Break Up Large School Districts; NC Has Spent More Than $150 Million to Boost Reading. Are These Scores Worth It?

Friday Report – April 6, 2018

This week in #nced: Politically Connected Company Hired to Take Over Low-Performing NC School; Restart Program Gives Some School Officials Flexibility to Think Outside the Box

Friday Report – March 30, 2018

This week in #nced: NC School Leaders Want to Crack Down on School Threats, Which Have Risen 300% in US; Should the National Guard Be Deployed to Protect NC Schools?

Friday Report – March 23, 2018

This week in #nced: Improve Mental Health Services to Make Schools Safer, Speakers Tell NC Lawmakers; Company Tied to Rich Donor Recommended to Take Over Low-Performing NC School

Friday Report – March 16, 2018

The Friday Report March 16, 2018 This Week on Education Matters -  Schools and Mass Shootings: Policy Implications New laws are being considered nationally and here in North Carolina in the aftermath of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in...

Friday Report – March 9, 2018

This week in #nced: In NC, Funding Gaps are Shortchanging Students with Special Needs; Armed Volunteers Will Soon Be Present at Stanly County Schools

Friday Report – March 2, 2018

This week in #nced: NC Education Chief Says More Cops – Not Armed Teachers – Will Make Schools Safer; Report: NC Doesn’t Have Enough School Nurses or Counselors

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