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The N.C. State Board of Education passed a resolution Thursday, March 4, calling on all public school districts to give parents the option of in-person learning by the end of March.
The N.C. State Board of Education passed a resolution Thursday, March 4, calling on all public school districts to give parents the option of in-person learning by the end of March.
 
The North Carolina Senate on Monday failed to override Governor Cooper’s veto of SB37, legislation that would have required districts to provide in-person learning.
The North Carolina Senate on Monday failed to override Governor Cooper’s veto of SB37, legislation that would have required districts to provide in-person learning.
 
Today, the North Carolina House approved bipartisan legislation (Senate Bill 37) to ensure families have the ability to choose between in-person instruction or remote learning in K-12 public schools.
Today, the North Carolina House approved bipartisan legislation (Senate Bill 37) to ensure families have the ability to choose between in-person instruction or remote learning in K-12 public schools.
 
The Senate has tentatively voted to reopen schools, despite pushback from Democrats to block full in-person learning for older students.
The Senate has tentatively voted to reopen schools, despite pushback from Democrats to block full in-person learning for older students.
 
Cooper’s PR Stunt Doesn’t Open Schools for In-Person Learning
 
Thanks to a lack of leadership from Governor Roy Cooper, over a million North Carolina students are starting the academic year virtually with no end in sight.
Thanks to a lack of leadership from Governor Roy Cooper, over a million North Carolina students are starting the academic year virtually with no end in sight.
 
Community colleges plan to decide the future of their online and in-person learning in July, when they will revisit their strategic plan for the summer and the fall.
Community colleges plan to decide the future of their online and in-person learning in July, when they will revisit their strategic plan for the summer and the fall.
 
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