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This year, North Carolina got a new means of evaluating K12 schools.
 
Hurricane Florence severely damaged schools across North Carolina and left hundreds of thousands of children without homes or classrooms
Hurricane Florence severely damaged schools across North Carolina and left hundreds of thousands of children without homes or classrooms
 
According to data recently released by the N.C. Division of Non-Public Education, an estimated 135,749 students enrolled in homeschools last year, a 6.2 percent increase over the previous school year
According to data recently released by the N.C. Division of Non-Public Education, an estimated 135,749 students enrolled in homeschools last year, a 6.2 percent increase over the previous school year
 
Discussions around the revised 2018-19 budget have often focused on K-12 education spending
Discussions around the revised 2018-19 budget have often focused on K-12 education spending
 
On most days and most roads, most drivers treat posted speed limits as the recommended speed
On most days and most roads, most drivers treat posted speed limits as the recommended speed
 
Charter schools have flourished in North Carolina since 2011, when the General Assembly removed the statewide cap of 100. Along with the rest of the country, though, that growth recently has started to slow
Charter schools have flourished in North Carolina since 2011, when the General Assembly removed the statewide cap of 100. Along with the rest of the country, though, that growth recently has started to slow
 
"Hurt people hurt people." That's how one middle school principal summed up the origins of bullying for me.
"Hurt people hurt people." That's how one middle school principal summed up the origins of bullying for me.
 
Massachusetts has consistently been at or near the top of the list in reading and math achievement, according to the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)
Massachusetts has consistently been at or near the top of the list in reading and math achievement, according to the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)
 
Lawmakers aren't likely to split up North Carolina's largest school districts any time soon
 
When Sugar Creek Charter School graduates its first 12th-grade class this year, all 30 members will head to college
When Sugar Creek Charter School graduates its first 12th-grade class this year, all 30 members will head to college
 
The Joint Legislative Study Committee on the Division of Local School Administrative Units took a detour from talking about district size to explore innovative programs across the state
The Joint Legislative Study Committee on the Division of Local School Administrative Units took a detour from talking about district size to explore innovative programs across the state
 
A majority of North Carolina public school teachers think carrying a gun in the classroom is a bad idea, a recent Elon University Poll shows
A majority of North Carolina public school teachers think carrying a gun in the classroom is a bad idea, a recent Elon University Poll shows
 
The state legislature adjourned the 2017 long session June 29. They were done, right? Expected back all afresh and new in spring of 2018 after a long break of doing nothing? Not exactly
The state legislature adjourned the 2017 long session June 29. They were done, right? Expected back all afresh and new in spring of 2018 after a long break of doing nothing? Not exactly
 
Sen. Jerry Tillman, R-Randolph, posed a question summing up the sometimes tense relationship between charter schools and traditional public schools
Sen. Jerry Tillman, R-Randolph, posed a question summing up the sometimes tense relationship between charter schools and traditional public schools
 
Complacency Puts N.C. Charter School Movement At Risk
 
Time for Constructive Dialogue about District School Facilities
 
North Carolina does generally well according to national education standards, peers say, but it needs to take better advantage of opportunities to improve
North Carolina does generally well according to national education standards, peers say, but it needs to take better advantage of opportunities to improve
 
Parents, educators, and the general public now have easier access to North Carolina school report cards
Parents, educators, and the general public now have easier access to North Carolina school report cards
 
Home renovations can improve our lives. But most of us would see a problem if we woke up one morning and noticed that our homes had 12 bedrooms and one bathroom, with a kitchen in the back yard and a toilet in the living room
Home renovations can improve our lives. But most of us would see a problem if we woke up one morning and noticed that our homes had 12 bedrooms and one bathroom, with a kitchen in the back yard and a toilet in the living room
 
Of all the disturbing things emerging out of the News & Observerís week-long screed against charter schools, few are as head-shaking as Tom Bentonís quote about parental choice
Of all the disturbing things emerging out of the News & Observerís week-long screed against charter schools, few are as head-shaking as Tom Bentonís quote about parental choice
 
Since the election of Republican legislative majorities in 2010, charter schools have enjoyed a winning streak of pro-charter legislation and policy
Since the election of Republican legislative majorities in 2010, charter schools have enjoyed a winning streak of pro-charter legislation and policy
 
Researchers Paul DiPerna, Lindsey Burke, and Anne Ryland conducted a national survey of military households to assess their views on school-choice options, district schools, and careers in the military
Researchers Paul DiPerna, Lindsey Burke, and Anne Ryland conducted a national survey of military households to assess their views on school-choice options, district schools, and careers in the military
 
In hopes of boosting average pay for principals, earlier this year the legislature added $35 million to the state budget for performance pay for principals
In hopes of boosting average pay for principals, earlier this year the legislature added $35 million to the state budget for performance pay for principals
 
A good percentage of North Carolinians think charter schools are private schools
 
The results are in. More North Carolina students are taking and passing college level advanced placement courses, and students are scoring higher than the national average on the revised SAT exam
The results are in. More North Carolina students are taking and passing college level advanced placement courses, and students are scoring higher than the national average on the revised SAT exam
 
The annual testing data and report cards for North Carolina's public schools are out
The annual testing data and report cards for North Carolina's public schools are out
 
The State Board of Education released a slew of data during its September board meeting, and while the numbers show higher graduation rates and overall improvement in school performance, significant challenges over low performers and poverty rates remain
The State Board of Education released a slew of data during its September board meeting, and while the numbers show higher graduation rates and overall improvement in school performance, significant challenges over low performers and poverty rates remain
 
F.A. Hayek, one of the most well known names in free market circles, was a man of incredible perception
F.A. Hayek, one of the most well known names in free market circles, was a man of incredible perception
 
While perfection is impossible in our world, things can be better than they are. Through purposeful action, all of us can help make that happen
While perfection is impossible in our world, things can be better than they are. Through purposeful action, all of us can help make that happen
 
Support for school choice isn't going away, although critics say otherwise
Support for school choice isn't going away, although critics say otherwise
 
Who is Making a Killing from Kids? (Hint: Itís not charter school companies)
 
Students in North Carolina who are failing core classes are still getting high school diplomas
Students in North Carolina who are failing core classes are still getting high school diplomas
 
Traditional public schools saw about 5,000 fewer students walk through their doors for the 2016-17 school year
Traditional public schools saw about 5,000 fewer students walk through their doors for the 2016-17 school year
 
In September, North Carolinians will know which low-performing elementary schools will be considered for the Innovative School District in 2018 and be turned over to charter school operators
In September, North Carolinians will know which low-performing elementary schools will be considered for the Innovative School District in 2018 and be turned over to charter school operators
 
The $23 billion state budget has passed in time for the start of a new fiscal year, and the largest part of that budget - over $9 billion - will be spent on public education
The $23 billion state budget has passed in time for the start of a new fiscal year, and the largest part of that budget - over $9 billion - will be spent on public education
 
Thatís what Iíd tell NC Policy Watch crybabies who continue to assert the policies of Republican legislators donít support public education
Thatís what Iíd tell NC Policy Watch crybabies who continue to assert the policies of Republican legislators donít support public education
 
While there is no shortage of opinions and controversy about how best to improve schooling, virtually everyone agrees that the quality of teaching is the critical variable
While there is no shortage of opinions and controversy about how best to improve schooling, virtually everyone agrees that the quality of teaching is the critical variable
 
Teacher Mobility Report Debunked? Hardly
 
The Beaufort County Board of Education will hold a monthly meeting on Tuesday, June 20, 2017
The Beaufort County Board of Education will hold a monthly meeting on Tuesday, June 20, 2017
 
The Beaufort County Board of Education will meet Monday, June 29, 2017
 
The Beaufort County Board of Education will meet Tuesday, June 6, 2017
 
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