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Join us for A Carolina Food Summit, exploring the big issues facing our Carolina Foodways in Chapel Hill on September 28 and 29. Presented through a partnership between EdNC.org, the Jamie Kirk Hahn Foundation, TerraVita, and UNC Food For All and featuring 40 local experts, chefs, school nutrition directors, farmers, authors, folklorists and more. We will discuss how a vibrant local food economy can contribute to North Carolina and the impact on all of our children. Here is more information.

The Kenan Fellows Program for Teacher Leadership is accepting articles and literary reviews to be featured in the second issue of the Journal for Interdisciplinary Teacher Leadership. The peer-reviewed publication features original work on educational topics from research to pedagogy to policy and more. Special consideration will be given to works that address: STEM education and science literacy;
project and/or inquiry based learning; teacher leadership and research experiences for educators; and data literacy and digital learning. Submissions for the second edition will be accepted through Monday, Oct. 31, 2016.

These are the sources EdNC checks every day: The New York Times, Education Week, The Washington Post, The Hechinger Report, Inside Higher Ed, Education Next, Vox, Governing, NPR Ed, The News & Observer and Wake Ed Blog, The Charlotte Observer, Carolina Public Press, The Asheville Citizen-Times, The Winston-Salem Journal, The Fayetteville Observer, The Greenville Daily Reflector, Wilmington-Star News, The Hickory Daily Record, The Durham Herald-Sun, The Greensboro News & Record, The Lexington Dispatch, FOX Breaking News, WRAL, WUNC Radio, The Associated Press, State Government Radio, The Governor’s News, The Lieutenant Governor’s News, The N.C. General Assembly’s News, DPI’s News, The Carolina Journal, NC Policy Watch, and NC SPIN. If you have a source you’d like us to consider or an article you think needs to be included, email mrash@ednc.org.


Mebane Rash

Mebane Rash is the CEO and editor-in-chief of EducationNC and the N.C. Center for Public Policy Research.


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