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It might be a new year, but remote learning isn’t over.
 
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.
 
REAL 2.0 Remote Learning Conference to be held on October 28, 2020 online
 
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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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