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Educators in French speaking Ontario schools burn 4,700 books from their libraries
Educators in French speaking Ontario schools burn 4,700 books from their libraries
 
Membership in the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) declined 2.4 percent last year.
Membership in the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) declined 2.4 percent last year.
 
Education workers will leap to the head of the line for COVID-19 vaccines on Feb. 24.
 
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the "new president" is supporting the Democratic Socialist teachers' union holding Chicago, and other local governments hostage as they seek to corral more power at the expense of those that their members are charged to serve.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the "new president" is supporting the Democratic Socialist teachers' union holding Chicago, and other local governments hostage as they seek to corral more power at the expense of those that their members are charged to serve.
 
The North Carolina Association of Educators Political Action Committee (NCAE PAC) included in its second-quarter 2020 finance report contributions to Gov. Roy Cooper’s and NC Sen. Dan Blue’s campaigns in excess of the legal limit.
The North Carolina Association of Educators Political Action Committee (NCAE PAC) included in its second-quarter 2020 finance report contributions to Gov. Roy Cooper’s and NC Sen. Dan Blue’s campaigns in excess of the legal limit.
 
For the past two years the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) has been mobilizing and organizing to elect lawmakers who are more aligned with the organization’s views on public education.
For the past two years the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) has been mobilizing and organizing to elect lawmakers who are more aligned with the organization’s views on public education.
 
Leadership Conference shares best practices and tools to tackle teaching remotely due to COVID-19
 
One-stop career resource for students, workers, businesses and educators now online
One-stop career resource for students, workers, businesses and educators now online
 
ECU’s Brody School of Medicine awards newest master educators
 
A wing of the N.C. Association of Educators wants to move the organization in a more left-leaning, radical direction.
A wing of the N.C. Association of Educators wants to move the organization in a more left-leaning, radical direction.
 
DHS, ED, DOJ, HHS team up to provide government-wide resources for local schools and educators
 
The North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) is the largest teacher’s union in North Carolina.
The North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) is the largest teacher’s union in North Carolina.
 
Today, Governor Cooper met with teachers in Durham to talk about the need for a significant pay raise.
Today, Governor Cooper met with teachers in Durham to talk about the need for a significant pay raise.
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper heard from local educators in a roundtable discussion at North Buncombe Elementary School.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper heard from local educators in a roundtable discussion at North Buncombe Elementary School.
 
Pirate pride was evident in Davie County on Aug. 13, during a special Educators Hall of Fame induction ceremony for East Carolina University alumnus Henry Pryce.
Pirate pride was evident in Davie County on Aug. 13, during a special Educators Hall of Fame induction ceremony for East Carolina University alumnus Henry Pryce.
 
As they prepare for the start of the new school year, educators from across the state participated in a roundtable discussion with Governor Roy Cooper in Raleigh today.
As they prepare for the start of the new school year, educators from across the state participated in a roundtable discussion with Governor Roy Cooper in Raleigh today.
 
Who could have predicted that North Carolina educators, lawmakers, and media would spend so much time disputing the reading software selected by the N.C. Department of Public Instruction (DPI)?
Who could have predicted that North Carolina educators, lawmakers, and media would spend so much time disputing the reading software selected by the N.C. Department of Public Instruction (DPI)?
 
Education stakeholders have long puzzled over how to implement the standards laid out in the decades-old Leandro case.
Education stakeholders have long puzzled over how to implement the standards laid out in the decades-old Leandro case.
 
North Carolina schools have a serious literacy problem; most likely, that means it has a teacher education problem.
North Carolina schools have a serious literacy problem; most likely, that means it has a teacher education problem.
 
19 percent of early childhood educators do not have health insurance
 
In a round table discussion with Governor Roy Cooper and Health and Human Services Secretary Mandy Cohen, early childhood professionals from across North Carolina shared stories of how the health care coverage gap is negatively affecting their colleagues.
In a round table discussion with Governor Roy Cooper and Health and Human Services Secretary Mandy Cohen, early childhood professionals from across North Carolina shared stories of how the health care coverage gap is negatively affecting their colleagues.
 
Governor Roy Cooper addressed educators at the North Carolina Association of Educators Rally for Respect on Halifax Mall in downtown Raleigh.
Governor Roy Cooper addressed educators at the North Carolina Association of Educators Rally for Respect on Halifax Mall in downtown Raleigh.
 
The Wake County Republican Party today called on the North Carolina Association of Educators, the Wake County School Board, and the General Assembly to engage in constructive discussions about teacher pay and school resources
The Wake County Republican Party today called on the North Carolina Association of Educators, the Wake County School Board, and the General Assembly to engage in constructive discussions about teacher pay and school resources
 
On Friday, North Carolina legislators and public higher education officials gathered at UNC Greensboro to discuss “Unlikely,” a documentary film about America’s college dropout crisis.
On Friday, North Carolina legislators and public higher education officials gathered at UNC Greensboro to discuss “Unlikely,” a documentary film about America’s college dropout crisis.
 
Senate Bill 399, “Rehire High-Need Teachers,” would let educators who are at least six months into retirement take jobs at schools that receive D or F grades under the state’s school performance rankings.
Senate Bill 399, “Rehire High-Need Teachers,” would let educators who are at least six months into retirement take jobs at schools that receive D or F grades under the state’s school performance rankings.
 
In any human enterprise as complex, varied, and challenging as education, we shouldn't expect a great deal of consensus, much less unanimity
In any human enterprise as complex, varied, and challenging as education, we shouldn't expect a great deal of consensus, much less unanimity
 
Mike Antonucci at the Education Intelligence Agency has published his annual membership and finance numbers for National Education Association (NEA) and state affiliates
Mike Antonucci at the Education Intelligence Agency has published his annual membership and finance numbers for National Education Association (NEA) and state affiliates
 
As school begins this fall, East Carolina University will play a major role in training health educators in K-12 schools across the state.
As school begins this fall, East Carolina University will play a major role in training health educators in K-12 schools across the state.
 
Earlier this week, the North Carolina Supreme Court heard oral arguments to decide the constitutionality of legislation to phase out North Carolina's teacher tenure system.
Earlier this week, the North Carolina Supreme Court heard oral arguments to decide the constitutionality of legislation to phase out North Carolina's teacher tenure system.
 
If you watch the evening news broadcasts or read the local paper, you have been told that more educators than ever are leaving North Carolina to teach elsewhere because the N.C. General Assembly "slashed" public school funding. Most of these stories, however, omit key facts and research findings...
If you watch the evening news broadcasts or read the local paper, you have been told that more educators than ever are leaving North Carolina to teach elsewhere because the N.C. General Assembly "slashed" public school funding. Most of these stories, however, omit key facts and research findings...
 
Now that the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) has defied an audit mandated by state law, what happens next?
Now that the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) has defied an audit mandated by state law, what happens next?
 
Governor Pat McCrory announced today that North Carolina is among nine states to win approval of its Excellent Educators for All plan by the U.S. Department of Education.
Governor Pat McCrory announced today that North Carolina is among nine states to win approval of its Excellent Educators for All plan by the U.S. Department of Education.
 
For years, the N.C. State Board of Education has focused on producing "globally engaged" public school students. Admittedly, I have only a vague idea what "globally engaged" or similar terms mean, but I hear a lot about it in education circles. Sophisticated-sounding terms with the word...
For years, the N.C. State Board of Education has focused on producing "globally engaged" public school students. Admittedly, I have only a vague idea what "globally engaged" or similar terms mean, but I hear a lot about it in education circles. Sophisticated-sounding terms with the word...
 
Kay Hagan's campaign and its trolls are all over social media trumpeting a report published in the Greensboro News & Record that says North Carolina "ranks as worst state for teachers."
Kay Hagan's campaign and its trolls are all over social media trumpeting a report published in the Greensboro News & Record that says North Carolina "ranks as worst state for teachers."
 
As part of a campaign to inform employees and union workers of their rights, the Civitas Institute will be educating North Carolina teachers and other school employees about how they can give themselves an average $450 a year pay increase by leaving the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE)
As part of a campaign to inform employees and union workers of their rights, the Civitas Institute will be educating North Carolina teachers and other school employees about how they can give themselves an average $450 a year pay increase by leaving the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE)
 
Governor Pat McCrory issued the following statement after signing charter school legislation into law.
 
Are teachers receiving a pay increase?
 
Today, in front of a packed crowd of educators and education leaders from across North Carolina, Governor Pat McCrory formally launched the Governor's Teacher Network.
Today, in front of a packed crowd of educators and education leaders from across North Carolina, Governor Pat McCrory formally launched the Governor's Teacher Network.
 
As the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) holds its "School's Out" rally, the Civitas Institute puts the spotlight on the gulf between teacher's salaries and NCAE executives' salaries.
As the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) holds its "School's Out" rally, the Civitas Institute puts the spotlight on the gulf between teacher's salaries and NCAE executives' salaries.
 
In February, I published a column titled, "Data Do Not Reflect Claims of Teacher Dissatisfaction," which pointed out that state and national data disagree with those who claim that the teaching profession is increasingly constrained and unhappy.
In February, I published a column titled, "Data Do Not Reflect Claims of Teacher Dissatisfaction," which pointed out that state and national data disagree with those who claim that the teaching profession is increasingly constrained and unhappy.
 
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.
 
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