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

Friday Report – February 23, 2018

This week in #nced: NC Lawmaker Says Committee Won’t Target Breakup of Wake County, Charlotte School Systems; Charter Schools Could Get More Money If NC Lawmakers Overhaul K-12 Funding System

Friday Report – February 16, 2018

This week in #nced: NC Governor Says He Won’t Veto Class-Size Fix; NC Lawmakers Will Consider Dividing School Districts, Including Wake County

Friday Report – February 9, 2018

This week in #nced: NC Schools Get Reprieve on K-3 Class-Size Rules; NC Supreme Court Hears Power Struggle Lawsuit Between Superintendent & State Board of Ed

Friday Report – February 2, 2018

This week in #nced: Local, State Education Leaders Make the Case for More Flexibility; NC School Board Delays Choosing Operator for School Takeover

Friday Report – January 26, 2018

This week in #nced: NC Supreme Court to Hear State Board vs. Superintendent Lawsuit in February; Need for School Nurses Growing in NC, Could Cost $79M a Year

Friday Report – January 19, 2018

This week in #nced: Legislature to Take Up Class Size Issue in March; North Carolina Slips in National Ranking on Public Education

Friday Report – January 12, 2018

This week in #nced: ‘We’re not going away.’ Rally urges lawmakers to fund K-3 class size reductions; New School Finance Study Confirms Vast Funding Disparities Across NC, and more…

2018 Local School Finance Study

RALEIGH, NC (January 9, 2018) – A new study released today by the Public School Forum of North Carolina confirms a chronic and growing gap in public school funding between the highest and lowest-wealth counties in the state. This annual study comes at a time of...

Friday Report – January 5, 2018

This week in #nced: NC Superintendent Shares Predictions for Public Schools in 2018; In CMS, Smaller K-3 Classes Will Mean 200 More Trailers and More Crowding Elsewhere

Friday Report – December 15, 2017

This week in #nced: The Way NC Public Schools Get Money to Educate Students Could Be Changing; Class Size Requirements Could Mean Trouble, Rowan Salisbury Schools Warns

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