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From criminal justice to the classroom: Carrie Miller of Greene County

Full bellies, hungrier minds: School breakfast innovations in North Carolina

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Universal pre-K means more gains for all children, a study finds. What does that mean for North Carolina?

School psychologists do a lot for students. Why do we have a shortage of them?

Superintendent Mark Johnson will run for Lt. Gov., so who’s running for superintendent?


NC STEM Center e-update: NC holds steady on national education assessment

Students didn’t just build their futures at this early college. They helped build the school.

Podcast | What’s next for James Ford and CREED, the Center for Racial Equity in Education

In the latest episode of EdTalk, host Alex Granados talks with James Ford, executive director of the Center for Racial Equity and Education (CREED). CREED is releasing two reports examining equity in North Carolina, and content related to them is being released on EducationNC throughout August. In this episode, Ford looks at the influence of race on achievement indicators, like end-of-course and end-of-grade test scores, and looks forward to the work of his new organization, CREED. … Listen now »

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Mapping the 2018-19 school report cards

The NC Department of Public Instruction (NC DPI) released school performance grades in September, and an update of previous maps in the Consider It Mapped series on the topic reveals that the overall distribution of As, Bs, Cs, Ds, and Fs is similar to last year’s, even with changes to the measures included in this year’s formula.… Full story »

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State Superintendent Mark Johnson announces $73 Million in school construction grants to six districts

Vance County superintendent named NC’s 2020 A. Craig Phillips Superintendent of the Year

Hiller A. Spires named executive director of the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation and associate dean