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Legislation giving North Carolina families the choice to attend in-person summer learning programs in public schools cleared multiple state House committees on Tuesday
Legislation giving North Carolina families the choice to attend in-person summer learning programs in public schools cleared multiple state House committees on Tuesday
 
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
 
One of the most important aspects of our society is educating our children to properly function within it.
 
Just after Natalie Jacome launched a new clinic, the pandemic hit.
 
It might be a new year, but remote learning isn’t over.
 
John Daniel Davidson of the Federalist highlights lessons that 2020 taught us about American elites.
John Daniel Davidson of the Federalist highlights lessons that 2020 taught us about American elites.
 
There’s a chasm between the purpose of a liberal arts education and how many colleges and universities actually operate.
There’s a chasm between the purpose of a liberal arts education and how many colleges and universities actually operate.
 
At Dec. 1 meeting of the legislature's Joint Legislative Education Oversight Committee, it was revealed by N.C. State Board of Education officials that 19% of students are not regularly attending classes.
At Dec. 1 meeting of the legislature's Joint Legislative Education Oversight Committee, it was revealed by N.C. State Board of Education officials that 19% of students are not regularly attending classes.
 
As college classes go online, one group of students is ignored: those with learning disabilities.
 
The Fairfax Education Association (FEA) is demanding all in-person instruction be banned until at least August of 2021.
The Fairfax Education Association (FEA) is demanding all in-person instruction be banned until at least August of 2021.
 
REAL 2.0 Remote Learning Conference to be held on October 28, 2020 online
 
I spent several days with three students who are, by mandate from the governor and the Mecklenburg County school board, learning at home.
I spent several days with three students who are, by mandate from the governor and the Mecklenburg County school board, learning at home.
 
Lucky Warren, 78, a resident of Washington, passed away peacefully Saturday, September 26, 2020 at the Ridgewood Rehab and Living Center after a long illness.
Lucky Warren, 78, a resident of Washington, passed away peacefully Saturday, September 26, 2020 at the Ridgewood Rehab and Living Center after a long illness.
 
Online learning is not. Not learning that is. It simply is not working. Dan Sinker, writing at Esquire.com breaks it down for us
Online learning is not. Not learning that is. It simply is not working. Dan Sinker, writing at Esquire.com breaks it down for us
 
Nat Malkus highlights for Real Clear Education important questions parents should ask about remote learning.
Nat Malkus highlights for Real Clear Education important questions parents should ask about remote 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.
 
It is past time that Roy Cooper get our schools back into operation fulltime, in every school.
It is past time that Roy Cooper get our schools back into operation fulltime, in every school.
 
Today, the North Carolina Institute for Constitutional Law requested records from Durham Public Schools in connection with DPS’s plan to operate expensive learning centers at public schools.
Today, the North Carolina Institute for Constitutional Law requested records from Durham Public Schools in connection with DPS’s plan to operate expensive learning centers at public schools.
 
Durham Public Schools won’t let your children attend class at their buildings for a while.
 
Leadership Conference shares best practices and tools to tackle teaching remotely due to COVID-19
 
Gov. Roy Cooper announced during a Tuesday, July 14, news conference that schools can reopen in the fall with a mix of in-person instruction and remote learning.
Gov. Roy Cooper announced during a Tuesday, July 14, news conference that schools can reopen in the fall with a mix of in-person instruction and remote learning.
 
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.
 
Starting this week, additional school buses will bring internet access to communities without it to help more North Carolina students connect to school online.
Starting this week, additional school buses will bring internet access to communities without it to help more North Carolina students connect to school online.
 
Students won’t return to classrooms this school year, but instead will continue learning from home.
 
Marty Kotis, a member of the University of North Carolina System’s Board of Governors, for years has pushed for more online learning programs from UNC’s college campuses.
Marty Kotis, a member of the University of North Carolina System’s Board of Governors, for years has pushed for more online learning programs from UNC’s college campuses.
 
North Carolina public universities are more than just institutions of higher learning.
 
Governor Roy Cooper has proclaimed today Digital Learning Day, highlighting his commitment to strengthening education through innovative, technology-based learning and achieving digital equity in North Carolina.
Governor Roy Cooper has proclaimed today Digital Learning Day, highlighting his commitment to strengthening education through innovative, technology-based learning and achieving digital equity in North Carolina.
 
Governor Roy Cooper Weekly Newsletter — January 12, 2020
 
Governor Roy Cooper announced today that North Carolina will receive $56 million in federal funding over the next seven years to support children’s health and well-being, improve access to high-quality early learning for families across the state and invest in the state’s early childhood workforce.
Governor Roy Cooper announced today that North Carolina will receive $56 million in federal funding over the next seven years to support children’s health and well-being, improve access to high-quality early learning for families across the state and invest in the state’s early childhood workforce.
 
The life of a parasite can be difficult. At best they’re exploitative; at worst they turn their host into a zombie.
The life of a parasite can be difficult. At best they’re exploitative; at worst they turn their host into a zombie.
 
In honor of Learning Disabilities Awareness Month, ECU is highlighting the STEPP Program, (Supporting Transition and Education through Planning and Partnerships), which provides academic, social and life skills support for students with identified learning disabilities.
In honor of Learning Disabilities Awareness Month, ECU is highlighting the STEPP Program, (Supporting Transition and Education through Planning and Partnerships), which provides academic, social and life skills support for students with identified learning disabilities.
 
Beaufort County Community College will soon have a new program for people with learning difficulties.
 
Sylvan learning of Washington is open! Come check out our new building, new staff, new programs, and special pricing for old and new Sylvan families! We are now located at 155 N. Market Street in Downtown Washington
Sylvan learning of Washington is open! Come check out our new building, new staff, new programs, and special pricing for old and new Sylvan families! We are now located at 155 N. Market Street in Downtown Washington
 
Today, State Board of Education Chairman Eric Davis announced that Lt. Governor Dan Forest will be chairing a newly created committee starting January 2019.
Today, State Board of Education Chairman Eric Davis announced that Lt. Governor Dan Forest will be chairing a newly created committee starting January 2019.
 
Governor Roy Cooper today announced a free, first-of-its-kind online tool to lead the way in connecting education to career
 
It just got easier for children in North Carolina to qualify for a Special Needs Education Savings Account
 
To encourage middle school students to work with local employers to try out future careers, Governor Roy Cooper has declared March 19 - 28, 2018 as Students@Work℠ Week in North Carolina
To encourage middle school students to work with local employers to try out future careers, Governor Roy Cooper has declared March 19 - 28, 2018 as Students@Work℠ Week in North Carolina
 
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