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Last week, the Education Law Center published "Making the Grade 2019," a report that focuses exclusively on three categories of public school inputs: funding levels, distribution, and effort using data from the 2016-17 school year.
Last week, the Education Law Center published "Making the Grade 2019," a report that focuses exclusively on three categories of public school inputs: funding levels, distribution, and effort using data from the 2016-17 school year.
 
The assessment in question was the 2017 version of the National Assessment for Educational Progress (NAEP) - commonly referred to as the nation's report card
The assessment in question was the 2017 version of the National Assessment for Educational Progress (NAEP) - commonly referred to as the nation's report card
 
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
 
North Carolina's public schools are currently producing better results than you might think, according to a recent analysis of independent testing data
North Carolina's public schools are currently producing better results than you might think, according to a recent analysis of independent testing data
 
Texas, Massachusetts, Wisconsin, New York, and North Carolina are in an exclusive club. Can you guess its membership policy?
Texas, Massachusetts, Wisconsin, New York, and North Carolina are in an exclusive club. Can you guess its membership policy?
 
Fair warning: I may be about to bore you to distraction. Is there any more potent political issue in North Carolina than education? Probably not. As allies of the teachers union, Democrats hope to ride the issue back into power in Raleigh, at least by 2016. As advocates of performance pay and...
Fair warning: I may be about to bore you to distraction. Is there any more potent political issue in North Carolina than education? Probably not. As allies of the teachers union, Democrats hope to ride the issue back into power in Raleigh, at least by 2016. As advocates of performance pay and...
 
As I was poking around the internet the other day, I came across definitive proof that those folks who tell us that we must spend additional money on education if we are ever going to see any improvements in the outcomes may well be right. Hmmm...
As I was poking around the internet the other day, I came across definitive proof that those folks who tell us that we must spend additional money on education if we are ever going to see any improvements in the outcomes may well be right. Hmmm...
 
Political debates about education policy are so contentious that consensus may seem forever out of reach. Yet here's something that virtually everyone agrees is true: academic achievement reflects more than just the value added by teachers, administrators, textbooks, and technology...
Political debates about education policy are so contentious that consensus may seem forever out of reach. Yet here's something that virtually everyone agrees is true: academic achievement reflects more than just the value added by teachers, administrators, textbooks, and technology...
 
A memorable example dates back to March 4, 1999, when the governing board of the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) released the results of national reading exams. They showed that North Carolina was one of only five states that posted significant gains in 4th-grade reading...
A memorable example dates back to March 4, 1999, when the governing board of the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) released the results of national reading exams. They showed that North Carolina was one of only five states that posted significant gains in 4th-grade reading...
 
In a world increasingly dominated by technological shorthand, it's hard to imagine why students would need to know the meaning of an unwieldy word like "perspicacity." Yet in the information age, a good vocabulary is more important than ever.
In a world increasingly dominated by technological shorthand, it's hard to imagine why students would need to know the meaning of an unwieldy word like "perspicacity." Yet in the information age, a good vocabulary is more important than ever.
 
Between 1996 and 2012, the N.C. Department of Public Instruction authored, field-tested, administered, and analyzed nearly all end-of-grade and end-of-course tests under the ABCs of Public Education accountability program.
Between 1996 and 2012, the N.C. Department of Public Instruction authored, field-tested, administered, and analyzed nearly all end-of-grade and end-of-course tests under the ABCs of Public Education accountability program.
 
If you follow state politics for any length of time, you hear some version of the following assertion: North Carolina may not rank highly in elementary and secondary education, but we make up for it by having one of the best public university systems in the United States.
If you follow state politics for any length of time, you hear some version of the following assertion: North Carolina may not rank highly in elementary and secondary education, but we make up for it by having one of the best public university systems in the United States.
 
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