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I found a quite provocative post on a great new web site called The Federalist about North Carolina's public school system and its finances - a subject that Bill Barber and his mob, and their media lapdogs have been beating us over the head with.
I found a quite provocative post on a great new web site called The Federalist about North Carolina's public school system and its finances - a subject that Bill Barber and his mob, and their media lapdogs have been beating us over the head with.
 
Instruction's Common Core Demystified, (CCD) we confronted DPI's claims that Common Core Standards are state-led and DPI's assertion that teachers will maintain control of the curriculum and how subjects are taught.
Instruction's Common Core Demystified, (CCD) we confronted DPI's claims that Common Core Standards are state-led and DPI's assertion that teachers will maintain control of the curriculum and how subjects are taught.
 
In a misnamed article, "Common Core is a conservative victory," Republican education reformers Chester Finn and Michael Petrilli used a recent News &Observer op-ed to try and persuade North Carolina conservatives to support the new national Common Core education standards.
In a misnamed article, "Common Core is a conservative victory," Republican education reformers Chester Finn and Michael Petrilli used a recent News &Observer op-ed to try and persuade North Carolina conservatives to support the new national Common Core education standards.
 
How many North Carolinians know that public school education in the state is centered around the government's Common Core initiative?
How many North Carolinians know that public school education in the state is centered around the government's Common Core initiative?
 
Gov. Pat McCrory was caught a bit off guard when he discussed higher education on Bill Bennett's radio show Tuesday. Some people are saying McCrory made a gaffe (or, less politely "stepped into it.")
Gov. Pat McCrory was caught a bit off guard when he discussed higher education on Bill Bennett's radio show Tuesday. Some people are saying McCrory made a gaffe (or, less politely "stepped into it.")
 
The Sept. 18 "Lunch and Learn: School Choice - the Road Ahead" highlighted wide public support for giving parents and students more choices in where they go to school.
The Sept. 18 "Lunch and Learn: School Choice - the Road Ahead" highlighted wide public support for giving parents and students more choices in where they go to school.
 
School accountability comes in two forms. Either parents keep schools accountable by "voting with their feet" or states compel public school districts to administer standardized tests.
School accountability comes in two forms. Either parents keep schools accountable by "voting with their feet" or states compel public school districts to administer standardized tests.
 
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.
 
First, Governor Perdue, Superintendent Atkinson and other education leaders should really stop and realize how utterly foolish they sound to say that the nearly $10 billion dollars that were dumped into the K-12 system in 2009 and 2010 from Obama's "stimulus" program should be maintained.
First, Governor Perdue, Superintendent Atkinson and other education leaders should really stop and realize how utterly foolish they sound to say that the nearly $10 billion dollars that were dumped into the K-12 system in 2009 and 2010 from Obama's "stimulus" program should be maintained.
 
Twenty years ago homeschooling was relegated to the fringes of K-12 education -- the spurned stepchild in a newly blended family of schooling options. Today homeschooling is a credible, viable educational choice that is garnering respect, even admiration, from outside educators.
Twenty years ago homeschooling was relegated to the fringes of K-12 education -- the spurned stepchild in a newly blended family of schooling options. Today homeschooling is a credible, viable educational choice that is garnering respect, even admiration, from outside educators.
 
Demand for new charter schools in the Tar Heel State has surged following the enactment of a bill approved by the N.C. General Assembly and signed into law by Gov. Bev Perdue in 2011 that lifted the 100-school cap.
Demand for new charter schools in the Tar Heel State has surged following the enactment of a bill approved by the N.C. General Assembly and signed into law by Gov. Bev Perdue in 2011 that lifted the 100-school cap.
 
Twenty-six states and the District of Columbia have requested waivers from the Federal government for No Child Left Behind (NCLB) legislation.
Twenty-six states and the District of Columbia have requested waivers from the Federal government for No Child Left Behind (NCLB) legislation.
 
North Carolina Rep. Bryan Holloway, the Republican co-chairman of the state legislature's education oversight committee and a schoolteacher himself, now says that there won't be enough time this year to work out the details of a performance-pay plan for public school teachers.
North Carolina Rep. Bryan Holloway, the Republican co-chairman of the state legislature's education oversight committee and a schoolteacher himself, now says that there won't be enough time this year to work out the details of a performance-pay plan for public school teachers.
 
Beaufort County Schools officials met with the Beaufort County Board of Commissioners in special session Thursday afternoon to review budget matters.
 
The current controversy in North Carolina with the social studies curriculum was a focus of attention at Monday (2-22-10) night's School Board meeting.
The current controversy in North Carolina with the social studies curriculum was a focus of attention at Monday (2-22-10) night's School Board meeting.
 
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