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According to data recently released by the N.C. Division of Non-Public Education, an estimated 135,749 students enrolled in homeschools last year, a 6.2 percent increase over the previous school year
According to data recently released by the N.C. Division of Non-Public Education, an estimated 135,749 students enrolled in homeschools last year, a 6.2 percent increase over the previous school year
 
Discussions around the revised 2018-19 budget have often focused on K-12 education spending
Discussions around the revised 2018-19 budget have often focused on K-12 education spending
 
Charter schools have flourished in North Carolina since 2011, when the General Assembly removed the statewide cap of 100. Along with the rest of the country, though, that growth recently has started to slow
Charter schools have flourished in North Carolina since 2011, when the General Assembly removed the statewide cap of 100. Along with the rest of the country, though, that growth recently has started to slow
 
"Hurt people hurt people." That's how one middle school principal summed up the origins of bullying for me.
"Hurt people hurt people." That's how one middle school principal summed up the origins of bullying for me.
 
The Joint Legislative Study Committee on the Division of Local School Administrative Units took a detour from talking about district size to explore innovative programs across the state
The Joint Legislative Study Committee on the Division of Local School Administrative Units took a detour from talking about district size to explore innovative programs across the state
 
Researchers Paul DiPerna, Lindsey Burke, and Anne Ryland conducted a national survey of military households to assess their views on school-choice options, district schools, and careers in the military
Researchers Paul DiPerna, Lindsey Burke, and Anne Ryland conducted a national survey of military households to assess their views on school-choice options, district schools, and careers in the military
 
The results are in. More North Carolina students are taking and passing college level advanced placement courses, and students are scoring higher than the national average on the revised SAT exam
The results are in. More North Carolina students are taking and passing college level advanced placement courses, and students are scoring higher than the national average on the revised SAT exam
 
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
 
Students in North Carolina who are failing core classes are still getting high school diplomas
Students in North Carolina who are failing core classes are still getting high school diplomas
 
Teacher Mobility Report Debunked? Hardly
 
The Beaufort County Board of Education will hold a monthly meeting on Tuesday, June 20, 2017
The Beaufort County Board of Education will hold a monthly meeting on Tuesday, June 20, 2017
 
The Beaufort County Board of Education will meet Tuesday, June 6, 2017
 
The average pay received by public school teachers in North Carolina this year was $49,837, up four percent from the 2015-16 school year
The average pay received by public school teachers in North Carolina this year was $49,837, up four percent from the 2015-16 school year
 
The Beaufort County Board of Education will hold a work session meeting on Tuesday, May 16, 2017
The Beaufort County Board of Education will hold a work session meeting on Tuesday, May 16, 2017
 
The Beaufort County Board of Education will meet Tuesday, June 6, 2017
 
After proclaiming May 8-12 Teacher Appreciation Week, Governor Cooper is calling on the legislature to support his budget’s funding for school support personnel
After proclaiming May 8-12 Teacher Appreciation Week, Governor Cooper is calling on the legislature to support his budget’s funding for school support personnel
 
The Beaufort County Board of Education will meet Wednesday, May 3, 2017
 
Additional Oversight Of Charter High Schools Unnecessary (For Now)
 
Mean girls and callous boys are nothing new. They've stalked school hallways and commandeered cafeterias for years. Yet bullies' arsenal of pain-inflicting tools has never been more relentless; smartphones and social media platforms have erased boundaries of time and space
Mean girls and callous boys are nothing new. They've stalked school hallways and commandeered cafeterias for years. Yet bullies' arsenal of pain-inflicting tools has never been more relentless; smartphones and social media platforms have erased boundaries of time and space
 
Consolidated Data Report, Part II: School Crime and Violence
 
Consolidated Data Report, Part I: Dropout Rate
 
Stories about the value of school choice and the healthy competition it nurtures are ubiquitous yet salient
Stories about the value of school choice and the healthy competition it nurtures are ubiquitous yet salient
 
North Carolina's current method for funding public schools favors wealthy counties over low-income areas, according to a new study from the state legislature's Program Evaluation Division
North Carolina's current method for funding public schools favors wealthy counties over low-income areas, according to a new study from the state legislature's Program Evaluation Division
 
North Carolina families should have an easier time finding K-12 education options thanks to a new web application launched by Parents for Education Freedom in North Carolina, an organization that supports expansion of school choice across the state
North Carolina families should have an easier time finding K-12 education options thanks to a new web application launched by Parents for Education Freedom in North Carolina, an organization that supports expansion of school choice across the state
 
Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to interact with undergraduate and doctoral students at the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Education
Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to interact with undergraduate and doctoral students at the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Education
 
Conservatives Should Support Achievement Districts
 
Although the debate about education policy is robust, complicated, and sometimes vitriolic, there is actually broad agreement about the bottom line
Although the debate about education policy is robust, complicated, and sometimes vitriolic, there is actually broad agreement about the bottom line
 
Approximately 55 percent of North Carolina's $21.9 billion state budget is spent on education. About 70 percent of all money devoted to education is spent on K-12 education
Approximately 55 percent of North Carolina's $21.9 billion state budget is spent on education. About 70 percent of all money devoted to education is spent on K-12 education
 
By a 60-49 vote, the state House on Thursday passed a bill that would temporarily remove five of North Carolina's lowest-performing public schools from their districts, placing them instead under the supervision of an Achievement School District
By a 60-49 vote, the state House on Thursday passed a bill that would temporarily remove five of North Carolina's lowest-performing public schools from their districts, placing them instead under the supervision of an Achievement School District
 
Digital devices dominate hopes and headlines in education today. They're heralded as a way to boost learning outcomes, sharpen 21st-century skills, and narrow achievement gaps
Digital devices dominate hopes and headlines in education today. They're heralded as a way to boost learning outcomes, sharpen 21st-century skills, and narrow achievement gaps
 
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