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In his budget proposal, Common Ground Solutions for North Carolina, Governor Cooper proposed adding $15 million to the Smart Start program, a public private partnership focused on early childhood health and education
In his budget proposal, Common Ground Solutions for North Carolina, Governor Cooper proposed adding $15 million to the Smart Start program, a public private partnership focused on early childhood health and education
 
As the 2014 election cycle draws to a close, few states have drawn so much national attention as North Carolina, thanks to the tight Hagan-Tillis race, the dramatic turn in state government from blue to red, and our status as a presidential swing state in 2008 and 2012.
As the 2014 election cycle draws to a close, few states have drawn so much national attention as North Carolina, thanks to the tight Hagan-Tillis race, the dramatic turn in state government from blue to red, and our status as a presidential swing state in 2008 and 2012.
 
The headlines sounded great. 56 percent of our students passed their end of grade tests, compared to just 44 percent last year.
The headlines sounded great. 56 percent of our students passed their end of grade tests, compared to just 44 percent last year.
 
I am still shaking my head in disbelief at Judge Hobgood's ruling judge that school vouchers are "unconstitutional."
 
I've made this point before, but it's worth emphasizing one more time: those who oppose school choice in elementary and secondary education should, if they wish to be consistent, oppose former Gov. Jim Hunt's Smart Start program and former Gov. Mike Easley's More At Four program, now known as NC Pre
I've made this point before, but it's worth emphasizing one more time: those who oppose school choice in elementary and secondary education should, if they wish to be consistent, oppose former Gov. Jim Hunt's Smart Start program and former Gov. Mike Easley's More At Four program, now known as NC Pre
 
Why does the Left oppose school choice? It can't be because they oppose tax dollars going to private, even faith-based institutions. For decades, state and federal subsidies have flowed to private colleges and universities, including sectarian institutions. For decades, Medicare and Medicaid...
Why does the Left oppose school choice? It can't be because they oppose tax dollars going to private, even faith-based institutions. For decades, state and federal subsidies have flowed to private colleges and universities, including sectarian institutions. For decades, Medicare and Medicaid...
 
If state leaders want to improve North Carolina's education system in the future, they will have to begin with a better understanding of the history of school reform in our state.
If state leaders want to improve North Carolina's education system in the future, they will have to begin with a better understanding of the history of school reform in our state.
 
Day care prices across the nation have been rising at a dramatic clip for years. In many cases, the cost to parents for a toddler in day care is more expensive than sending their teen to a high-quality private high school.
Day care prices across the nation have been rising at a dramatic clip for years. In many cases, the cost to parents for a toddler in day care is more expensive than sending their teen to a high-quality private high school.
 
N.C. Attorney General Roy Cooper sounded much like a candidate for governor Monday morning when the four-term Democrat addressed the media at the UNC Chapel Hill School of Journalism and Mass Communications.
N.C. Attorney General Roy Cooper sounded much like a candidate for governor Monday morning when the four-term Democrat addressed the media at the UNC Chapel Hill School of Journalism and Mass Communications.
 
North Carolina's two major preschool initiatives, Smart Start and More at Four, have been the subject of political claims and controversies ever since their creation.
North Carolina's two major preschool initiatives, Smart Start and More at Four, have been the subject of political claims and controversies ever since their creation.
 
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