Tuesday, January 20, 2015 Mebane Rash January 20, 2015 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Email this page Print this page The Hickory Daily News concludes a three-part series on academically gifted students, which is interesting to consider in relationship to the map on EdNC this week also on AIG students. Analysis: Why even have a gifted program? The Hickory Daily Record | January 19, 2015 Time for NC to support life-shaping teachers The News & Observer | January 20, 2015 New Hanover, Pender schools want control of calendar returned The Wilmington Star News | January 19, 2015 Does Better Observation Make Better Teachers? EducationNext | January 19, 2015 No College Degree? Maybe You Can Still Be President The Upshot: The New York Times | January 19, 2015 Obama to propose new student privacy legislation The Washington Post | January 19, 2015 Textbook Commission To Focus On Science Content This Week State Government Radio | January 20, 2015 Letting kids move in class isn’t a break from learning. It IS learning. The Washington Post | January 19, 2015 Well-Prepared in Their Own Eyes Inside Higher Ed | GED Drop Inside Higher Ed | January 20, 2015 Carroll Middle School students to receive personal tablets The News & Observer | January 20, 2015 New chancellor gets to know students, UNC Asheville The Asheville Citizen-Times | January 20, 2015 Aberdeen students collecting 6 million paper clips to honor Holocaust victims, stand against injustice The Fayetteville Observer | January 20, 2015 Revisions for academic math standards may be unveiled by spring The Winston-Salem Journal | January 20, 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.