This week in #nced: New NC Teaching Fellows Commission Appointments; Lawmakers Push Pause on House Bill 514
This week in #nced: No Fix on Class Size; Minor Correction to Principal Pay; List of ISD Eligible Schools Cut to Four
This week in #nced: Durham School Board Prepared to ‘Fight’ State on ISD; More NC Students Taking AP Exams
This week in #nced: The Principal Pay Situation in NC; Court of Appeals Decisions Affect Ed Policy
This week in #nced: Class Size Mandate Effects; Judges Delay Giving NC Superintendent Control Over the Education Department
This week in #nced: As Public Schools Do Without, Public Dollars Rise for Private Schools; New Principal Pay Plan Could Result in Steep Salary Reductions for Veteran Principals
Photo Credit: WRAL By Lindsay Wagner State Board of Education members expressed shock this week upon learning just how seriously the General Assembly’s newly enacted principal pay plan could hurt school leaders, particularly those who have devoted decades of service...
This week in #nced: Why Your Young Student’s Class is Smaller This Year, ECU’s Youngest Students Ready for Lab School
This week in #nced: Enrollment Up in UNC System Teaching Programs; A Tale of Two North Carolina Schools
This week in #nced: Gov. Establishes Teacher Advisory Committee; Enrollment at NC Teaching Programs Inches Back Up
This week in #nced: Concerns Voiced About New Principal Pay Plan; Schools Consider Ways to Deal With Class Size Rules
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...
The Friday Report August 4, 2017 Forum News This Week on Education Matters: A New Direction for Leandro Case This week's show looks at the now 20-year old landmark Leandro case on education quality and equity in North Carolina’s public schools which just took a...
This week in #nced: Debate Over School Funding; Low-Performing Schools Will Get Less Help Under State Budget Cut
This week in #nced: State Board of Ed to Appeal Court Ruling; Fewer NC Kids Attending Traditional Public Schools
This week in #nced: New Law Directs Money to Teachers Who Lost Out on Bonus; NC PreK Efforts; Draft ESSA State Plan
The Friday Report July 7, 2017 Forum News This Week on Education Matters: Child Well-Being in North Carolina How does North Carolina stack up compared to other states when it comes to child well-being? This week we explore the key indicators of child well-being and...
The Friday Report June 30, 2017 This week the General Assembly overrode the Governor’s veto of the budget, and SB 257 (Appropriations Act of 2017) goes into effect for the new fiscal year beginning July 1, 2017. After two back-to-back midnight sessions, and an...