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Cards for learning 'colors' all have LGBT themes, including a pregnant man.
Cards for learning 'colors' all have LGBT themes, including a pregnant man.
 
The N.C. State Board of Education has voted unanimously to switch social-distancing requirements under a “Plan A” return to public school classrooms to 3 feet rather than the previous six feet.
The N.C. State Board of Education has voted unanimously to switch social-distancing requirements under a “Plan A” return to public school classrooms to 3 feet rather than the previous six feet.
 
Smarter than many Republican politicians, Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson understands his political base.
 
Mental health experts who are also parents with students in Wake County Public Schools are sounding an alarm over a rising mental health crisis due to a lack of full-time classroom instruction.
Mental health experts who are also parents with students in Wake County Public Schools are sounding an alarm over a rising mental health crisis due to a lack of full-time classroom instruction.
 
D.C. area schools are hiring monitors to watch students who return to school buildings while teachers remain online.
D.C. area schools are hiring monitors to watch students who return to school buildings while teachers remain online.
 
This afternoon Rep. Brian Farkas took the first significant vote of his career — to keep students out of classrooms.
This afternoon Rep. Brian Farkas took the first significant vote of his career — to keep students out of classrooms.
 
School districts can allow elementary grade students to return to the classroom next month, Gov. Roy Cooper announced during a Sept. 17 news conference, but middle and high school students won’t have the same opportunity.
School districts can allow elementary grade students to return to the classroom next month, Gov. Roy Cooper announced during a Sept. 17 news conference, but middle and high school students won’t have the same opportunity.
 
As the NC Board of Education is considering the adoption of a new Social Studies Curriculum for K-12 students, we thought it instructive to consider what this author says.
As the NC Board of Education is considering the adoption of a new Social Studies Curriculum for K-12 students, we thought it instructive to consider what this author says.
 
Beaufort County Community College installed lighting on its new Emergency Vehicle Driving Pad on April 4.
 
The world’s workforce pipeline pulses with top talent, yet American education remains mired in mediocrity.
The world’s workforce pipeline pulses with top talent, yet American education remains mired in mediocrity.
 
Educator was told she must 'dim the lights' and have 'lavender scents' on hand to help give unruly kids the right environment
Educator was told she must 'dim the lights' and have 'lavender scents' on hand to help give unruly kids the right environment
 
In a world accustomed to skimming and scanning, what promotes deep reading? Paper or screen? Does the medium matter?
In a world accustomed to skimming and scanning, what promotes deep reading? Paper or screen? Does the medium matter?
 
The state would bypass local school districts and give each N.C. public school teacher access to $400 for classroom supplies under a bill unveiled Wednesday, April 3.
The state would bypass local school districts and give each N.C. public school teacher access to $400 for classroom supplies under a bill unveiled Wednesday, April 3.
 
The most logical starting point would be education. And if there were one part of the educational system that would produce this transformation most broadly, effectively, and efficiently, it would most likely be at our schools of education that train teachers for the K-12 classroom.
The most logical starting point would be education. And if there were one part of the educational system that would produce this transformation most broadly, effectively, and efficiently, it would most likely be at our schools of education that train teachers for the K-12 classroom.
 
Governor Roy Cooper today announced a free, first-of-its-kind online tool to lead the way in connecting education to career
 
"In recent years North Carolina has spent millions to make school buildings safe from intruders and ensure that school and emergency personnel can respond promptly to every eventuality..."
"In recent years North Carolina has spent millions to make school buildings safe from intruders and ensure that school and emergency personnel can respond promptly to every eventuality..."
 
As students headed back to school this week, Governor Pat McCrory's priority to equip all North Carolina classrooms with Wi-Fi by 2018 was highlighted at the nationally-recognized Innovation Center (iCenter).
As students headed back to school this week, Governor Pat McCrory's priority to equip all North Carolina classrooms with Wi-Fi by 2018 was highlighted at the nationally-recognized Innovation Center (iCenter).
 
Governor Pat McCrory is welcoming students and educators back to school.
 
North Carolina's public schools rely on a steady stream of out-of-state teachers to fill hard-to-staff positions and meet the demands of student enrollment growth
North Carolina's public schools rely on a steady stream of out-of-state teachers to fill hard-to-staff positions and meet the demands of student enrollment growth
 
Governor Pat McCrory joined members of the Governor's Teacher Advisory Committee today to highlight the work they have done to improve education in North Carolina
Governor Pat McCrory joined members of the Governor's Teacher Advisory Committee today to highlight the work they have done to improve education in North Carolina
 
Digital devices dominate hopes and headlines in education today. They're heralded as a way to boost learning outcomes, sharpen 21st-century skills, and narrow achievement gaps
Digital devices dominate hopes and headlines in education today. They're heralded as a way to boost learning outcomes, sharpen 21st-century skills, and narrow achievement gaps
 
Governor Pat McCrory visited UNC Charlotte today to discuss the$2 billion Connect NC bond package that will invest in education, parks, National Guard facilities and water and sewer infrastructure across the state. Of that amount, nearly $135 million of investments included in the Connect NC...
Governor Pat McCrory visited UNC Charlotte today to discuss the$2 billion Connect NC bond package that will invest in education, parks, National Guard facilities and water and sewer infrastructure across the state. Of that amount, nearly $135 million of investments included in the Connect NC...
 
Sixty-plus days past a July 1st deadline and North Carolina still has no state budget. One issue that many think is prolonging the current stalemate is what to do about teacher assistants (TAs). The best way to break the impasse is for the General Assembly to follow the state Senate's lead and...
Sixty-plus days past a July 1st deadline and North Carolina still has no state budget. One issue that many think is prolonging the current stalemate is what to do about teacher assistants (TAs). The best way to break the impasse is for the General Assembly to follow the state Senate's lead and...
 
East Carolina University faculty who can generate creative, innovative ways of teaching course materials are eligible for grants offered by Teaching Grants Committee of ECU's Faculty Senate.
East Carolina University faculty who can generate creative, innovative ways of teaching course materials are eligible for grants offered by Teaching Grants Committee of ECU's Faculty Senate.
 
The BCCC Board of Trustees and the Foundation Board of Directors held a joint retreat on Wednesday. During the morning session, Rick Smith, dean of Institutional Advancement at Sandhills Community College, gave the two boards an overview of foundation successes in Pinehurst and suggested a road...
The BCCC Board of Trustees and the Foundation Board of Directors held a joint retreat on Wednesday. During the morning session, Rick Smith, dean of Institutional Advancement at Sandhills Community College, gave the two boards an overview of foundation successes in Pinehurst and suggested a road...
 
Technological changes have a way of creating new possibilities, but also new problems. Cell phones have evolved to the point where they can be used to make excellent audio and visual reproductions of events. That can be beneficial, as for example when cell phone video can prove whether a person...
Technological changes have a way of creating new possibilities, but also new problems. Cell phones have evolved to the point where they can be used to make excellent audio and visual reproductions of events. That can be beneficial, as for example when cell phone video can prove whether a person...
 
Despite all the talk of a "war on science" being waged by political conservatives and Republican politicians - to match their supposed wars on women, men, the young, and the old, no doubt - North Carolina now features a shrill and relentless rhetorical war on social science by political...
Despite all the talk of a "war on science" being waged by political conservatives and Republican politicians - to match their supposed wars on women, men, the young, and the old, no doubt - North Carolina now features a shrill and relentless rhetorical war on social science by political...
 
I have NO PROBLEM with anything you say. I used to type up my mother's tests on that smelly alcohol duplicator stencil.
I have NO PROBLEM with anything you say. I used to type up my mother's tests on that smelly alcohol duplicator stencil.
 
I have a pretty utilitarian view of class sizes. Sometimes smaller class sizes make a big difference. Special needs students and those who require intensive instruction or remediation surely benefit from smaller classes.
I have a pretty utilitarian view of class sizes. Sometimes smaller class sizes make a big difference. Special needs students and those who require intensive instruction or remediation surely benefit from smaller classes.
 
For those happy few who may be unfamiliar with the term "smart classroom," it refers to an ordinary teaching-space fitted out with a desktop PC and monitor, a document camera, a multi-discriminating disc-player for CDs, DVDs and BluRay discs; a high-fidelity stereo speaker system, a digital projecto
For those happy few who may be unfamiliar with the term "smart classroom," it refers to an ordinary teaching-space fitted out with a desktop PC and monitor, a document camera, a multi-discriminating disc-player for CDs, DVDs and BluRay discs; a high-fidelity stereo speaker system, a digital projecto
 
Two years after Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools added 45 minutes to the elementary school day systemwide, parents and teachers opposed to the longer school day increasingly have grown frustrated over a lack of progress in getting district officials to reconsider the current seven-hour day.
Two years after Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools added 45 minutes to the elementary school day systemwide, parents and teachers opposed to the longer school day increasingly have grown frustrated over a lack of progress in getting district officials to reconsider the current seven-hour day.
 
A new survey suggests that North Carolina teachers are leery of the implementation of Common Core standards, with nearly two-thirds favoring slowing down or halting the process.
A new survey suggests that North Carolina teachers are leery of the implementation of Common Core standards, with nearly two-thirds favoring slowing down or halting the process.
 
Student end-of-course evaluations are widely used by colleges and universities to determine the success of courses and the effectiveness of their instructors. Schools often use such student feedback even to determine instructors...
Student end-of-course evaluations are widely used by colleges and universities to determine the success of courses and the effectiveness of their instructors. Schools often use such student feedback even to determine instructors...
 
Support for reducing class size usually cuts across political and ideological divides, garnering accolades from legislators, policymakers, and parents alike. Nevertheless, the relationship between class size and student achievement has been the subject of scholarly debate for decades.
Support for reducing class size usually cuts across political and ideological divides, garnering accolades from legislators, policymakers, and parents alike. Nevertheless, the relationship between class size and student achievement has been the subject of scholarly debate for decades.
 
Technological and online tools are revolutionizing education in exciting and near-limitless ways. Web-based documentation means teachers can share on-the-spot editorial input even as student scribes craft essays at home.
Technological and online tools are revolutionizing education in exciting and near-limitless ways. Web-based documentation means teachers can share on-the-spot editorial input even as student scribes craft essays at home.
 
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