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Learning Differences: More than a politically correct term for learning disabilities

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Governor’s Education Cabinet discusses longitudinal data systems

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Senate education committee tackles Read to Achieve, testing

North Carolina ranks middle of the road in preschool access, quality compared to other states

House K-12 committee gives initial OK to virtual early learning pilot

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Students advocate for tobacco prevention with Youth Empowered Solutions

Changing the narrative: Embracing the power of hospitality


EdTalk Podcast

Enrollment trends at community colleges

The demographic of who is being served by community colleges is changing Old jobs have been replaced with newer ones that require more college, and a skills gap is developing between what employers need and what workers have Community colleges have an opportunity to target students who don’t traditionally go to their institutions  In the latest episode of EdTalk, host Alex Granados talks with Robert Templin, a professor at North Carolina State University’s College of Education, about enrollment trends at community colleges. … Listen now »

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Consider It Mapped

Mapping the 2017-18 school report cards

This fall, we’re back to school and back to mapping school grades after a two-year hiatus. Former features on Consider It Mapped covered grades from the 2013-14, 2014-15, and 2015-16 school years and the controversy over the equations used to derive the grades. This year, we’re expanding the functionality of the map and accompanying data visualization with a number of filters so users can play out different scenarios, pulling information for like districts and schools.… Full story »

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Reach NC Question

Question of the Week – April 15: In-state tutition

In-state tuition for one year of community college, on average, is about $2,400 in North Carolina, while out-of-state tuition is $8,500 — a remarkable and sometimes game-changing benefit to residents. At UNC-Chapel Hill, a semester of in-state tuition costs $9,018, while the same semester costs $36,000 for out-of-state students.

Should any student who grades from a North Carolina high school qualify for in-state tuition? Share your thoughts with us here.

For more on the residency determination process used for higher education in North Carolina, read our series here.

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NC Foundation for Public School Children to honor the work of five champions with a passion to help children

New NSF-funded program to develop high school math teachers into master teachers in 6 high-needs school districts in NC

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