Friday, May 1, 2015 Mebane Rash May 1, 2015 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Email this page Print this page Coming next week at EdNC, a series on Higher Education in North Carolina: The Leaders and the Issues The Nature of Poverty The New York Times | May 1, 2015 Federal Aid Formulas a Sticky Issue in ESEA Debate Education Week | May 1, 2015 Study: Far fewer new teachers are leaving the profession than previously thought The Washington Post | April 30, 2015 As nation debates student data privacy, a new federal law is proposed The Hechinger Report | April 30, 2015 How to get kids to read Vox | April 30, 2015 Simpson’s Paradox Hides NAEP Gains (Again) EducationNext | May 1, 2015 Winston-Salem/Forsyth County schools facing teacher shortage The Winston-Salem Journal | May 1, 2015 Assaults on teachers could add up to felony charges The Wilmington Star News | April 30, 2015 School board approves driver education fees The Greensboro News & Record | May 1, 2015 Bill could pump up funds for charter schools The Durham Herald-Sun | April 30, 2015 Wrench in the works: Haywood Schools grapple with enrollment wildcard Smoky Mountain News | April 29, 2015 Schools approve budget Mebane Enterprise | April 29, 2015 How Many Undocumented Immigrants Are Actually Getting In-State Tuition? Governing | May 1, 2015 Skip A Grade? Start Kindergarten Early? It's Not So Easy NPR | April 30, 2015 Education tech funding soars -- but is it working in the classroom? Fortune | April 28, 2015 Mebane Rash Follow Mebane Rash on Twitter Email Mebane Rash Mebane Rash is the CEO and editor-in-chief of EducationNC and the N.C. Center for Public Policy Research.