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The North Carolina Academic Standards Review Commission published their draft Report of Findings and Recommendations (PDF). The commission will vote on the report later today and deliver it to the NC State Board of Education for their consideration.
The North Carolina Senate this week unveiled its state budget spending for the upcoming FY 2015-16 fiscal year. The plan includes total spending of $21.47 billion, compared to $22.15 billion in the House budget plan.
Some state education officials are hoping that a plan approved by the State Board of Education and sent to a legislative committee for action will speed the process of letting high-performing charter schools replicate their success in underserved regions.
North Carolina routinely routes tax dollars to private service providers - both directly, in the form of Medicaid reimbursements and college tuition grants, as well as indirectly, in the form of public assistance that recipients spend themselves on food, clothing, shelter, and other goods.
Homeschooling reached a milestone in North Carolina in the 2014-15 school year. The number of students enrolled in homeschools in the state topped 100,000
Some state education officials are hoping that a plan approved by the State Board of Education and sent to a legislative committee for action will speed the process of letting high-performing charter schools replicate their success in underserved regions.
North Carolina routinely routes tax dollars to private service providers - both directly, in the form of Medicaid reimbursements and college tuition grants, as well as indirectly, in the form of public assistance that recipients spend themselves on food, clothing, shelter, and other goods.
Homeschooling reached a milestone in North Carolina in the 2014-15 school year. The number of students enrolled in homeschools in the state topped 100,000
The North Carolina Senate this week unveiled its state budget spending for the upcoming FY 2015-16 fiscal year. The plan includes total spending of $21.47 billion, compared to $22.15 billion in the House budget plan.
North Carolina routinely routes tax dollars to private service providers - both directly, in the form of Medicaid reimbursements and college tuition grants, as well as indirectly, in the form of public assistance that recipients spend themselves on food, clothing, shelter, and other goods.
Governor McCrory, Lt. Governor Forest, Senate Pro Tem Berger, and Speaker Tillis announce teacher pay increases in North Carolina.
The leader of the state Senate promised fast action to appeal a Wake County Superior Court judge's decision halting the General Assembly's plans to end teacher tenure. Meantime, the head of the state's largest teacher association, which brought the lawsuit challenging the end of career status, was d
Momma always said you can learn more listening than you can speaking, so now that a judge has called a temporary halt to North Carolina's school voucher program let's spend time in listening to both sides of this issue. And the best way to get information is to ask questions.
Quite a debate is going on over whether the student loan problem is or is not a "crisis."
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory yesterday unveiled his recommended budget adjustments for the 2014-15 fiscal year. The governor's plan would make changes to the second year of the two-year state budget plan passed last year.
McDowell County Commissioner Michael Lavender is used to running campaigns after 12 years on the board, but his current run for state Senate against incumbent Ralph Hise is a little more complicated.
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