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Democratic members of the N.C. State Board of Education have their sights set on Republican Superintendent of Public Instruction Catherine Truitt, saying Truitt was putting too many parents from schools of choice on a new advisory committee.
Democratic members of the N.C. State Board of Education have their sights set on Republican Superintendent of Public Instruction Catherine Truitt, saying Truitt was putting too many parents from schools of choice on a new advisory committee.
 
Earlier this week the State Superintendent Catherine Truitt announced her office was seeking applicants to serve on a New 48- member Parent Advisory Commission to “elevate the voice of parents in students’ education.”
Earlier this week the State Superintendent Catherine Truitt announced her office was seeking applicants to serve on a New 48- member Parent Advisory Commission to “elevate the voice of parents in students’ education.”
 
Catherine Truitt is concerned the state isn’t doing enough to prepare students to work if they choose not to go to college after high school.
Catherine Truitt is concerned the state isn’t doing enough to prepare students to work if they choose not to go to college after high school.
 
North Carolina’s top elected school official is calling the Biden administration’s national vaccine mandate a clear example of government overreach.
North Carolina’s top elected school official is calling the Biden administration’s national vaccine mandate a clear example of government overreach.
 
NCGOP Chairman Michael Whatley held an exclusive interview with Superintendent of Public Instruction Catherine Truitt.
 
The N.C. Senate passed a bill Monday, Aug. 9, that would make two updates to the state's charter school law.
The N.C. Senate passed a bill Monday, Aug. 9, that would make two updates to the state's charter school law.
 
The results are in, and voters selected Republican Catherine Truitt, chancellor of Western Governors University N.C., to be North Carolina’s new superintendent of public instruction.
The results are in, and voters selected Republican Catherine Truitt, chancellor of Western Governors University N.C., to be North Carolina’s new superintendent of public instruction.
 
As state superintendent, Catherine Truitt will oversee North Carolina’s vast public education system, which spent more than $14 billion this school year. But she won’t be doing it alone.
As state superintendent, Catherine Truitt will oversee North Carolina’s vast public education system, which spent more than $14 billion this school year. But she won’t be doing it alone.
 
Catherine Truitt’s victory over Jen Mangrum for State Superintendent of Public Instruction was certainly one of the most significant and surprising Republican victories on Tuesday evening.
Catherine Truitt’s victory over Jen Mangrum for State Superintendent of Public Instruction was certainly one of the most significant and surprising Republican victories on Tuesday evening.
 
Reopening schools is the top priority of Catherine Truitt, the Republican candidate for state superintendent.
 
Governor Pat McCrory has named Catherine L. Truitt as his Senior Education Advisor. Truitt comes to the position from the International Center for Leadership in Education where she worked as a school district turnaround coach centered on rigor, relevance, and relationship building...
Governor Pat McCrory has named Catherine L. Truitt as his Senior Education Advisor. Truitt comes to the position from the International Center for Leadership in Education where she worked as a school district turnaround coach centered on rigor, relevance, and relationship building...
 
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