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Whether U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan's keynote address at N.C. Central University's 125th commencement ceremony illustrated what is wrong with the liberal stranglehold on higher education, or properly embraces an emerging social paradigm, likely depends on your own politics.
Whether U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan's keynote address at N.C. Central University's 125th commencement ceremony illustrated what is wrong with the liberal stranglehold on higher education, or properly embraces an emerging social paradigm, likely depends on your own politics.
 
For years, North Carolina policymakers have stressed the importance of increasing K-12 teacher production and retention rates. Teacher shortages and high attrition rates in rural and low-income areas and in fields such as secondary math and science and special education have prompted many...
For years, North Carolina policymakers have stressed the importance of increasing K-12 teacher production and retention rates. Teacher shortages and high attrition rates in rural and low-income areas and in fields such as secondary math and science and special education have prompted many...
 
In his book Education Myths, University of Arkansas professor Jay Greene pointed out that the myth of inadequately funded schools "is simultaneously the most widely held idea about education in America and the one that is most directly at odds with the available evidence."
In his book Education Myths, University of Arkansas professor Jay Greene pointed out that the myth of inadequately funded schools "is simultaneously the most widely held idea about education in America and the one that is most directly at odds with the available evidence."
 
In laying out its legal case against the state over elimination of teacher tenure, the North Carolina Association of Educators cites some of the same constitutional constructs of contract law that state employees used two decades ago to overturn the General Assembly's repeal of income tax exemptions
In laying out its legal case against the state over elimination of teacher tenure, the North Carolina Association of Educators cites some of the same constitutional constructs of contract law that state employees used two decades ago to overturn the General Assembly's repeal of income tax exemptions
 
Government should stop funding colleges and universities simply on the basis of butts in seats. Instead, it should reward high performance and the preparation of graduates for good-paying jobs.
Government should stop funding colleges and universities simply on the basis of butts in seats. Instead, it should reward high performance and the preparation of graduates for good-paying jobs.
 
Historically, North Carolina public school teachers earning a master's degree have received an automatic 10 percent salary increase. Now the Tar Heel State may have become the first in the nation to eliminate the reward for earning the additional credential.
Historically, North Carolina public school teachers earning a master's degree have received an automatic 10 percent salary increase. Now the Tar Heel State may have become the first in the nation to eliminate the reward for earning the additional credential.
 
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