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The Pope Center publishes this paper as part of our continuing effort to spur transparency in higher education. North Carolina citizens need to know if the UNC system is fulfilling its mission of discovering, creating, transmitting, and applying knowledge. The new edition of...
Last week, the NC Department of Public Instruction (DPI) released the state's annual teacher turnover report. The overall turnover rate for the 2014-2015 school year climbed to 14.84 percent, a 0.7 percent increase from a year prior. The release of the report generated extensive media coverage, a...
Last week, the NC Department of Public Instruction (DPI) released the state's annual teacher turnover report. The overall turnover rate for the 2014-2015 school year climbed to 14.84 percent, a 0.7 percent increase from a year prior. The release of the report generated extensive media coverage, a...
English departments have lost their positions of importance on college campuses in recent years.
In March 2015, the North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources published "The Energy Report: A Snapshot of North Carolina's Energy Portfolio Seven Years After Session Law 2007-397."
In part one of this series we reported on right-of-center political consultants who have created an innovative business model advising a growing number of Republican legislators to turn their backs on conservative, free-market principles to take up the cause of more government mandates...
In recent weeks, the small town of Fairmont, N.C. has received what is likely the most national media coverage it has seen in years. The Robeson County town of less than 3,000 is home to Lyndon McLellan, who owns and operates a local convenience store. Last summer, his entire business bank...
The House Appropriations Committees on Thursday morning began releasing their spending proposals for the 2015-17 budget cycle. Carolina Journal will post links to the committee reports as they are issued. House Speaker Tim Moore, R-Cleveland, says the chamber plans to complete the budget by the...
"What do you people want?" I can't tell you the number of times I've been asked that by lawmakers, activists, or reporters who don't share my political views. The term "you people" refers to the modern conservative movement in North Carolina, a phenomenon that still seems to puzzle older politicos a
In recent years, teacher shortages, along with high attrition rates in rural areas and in fields such as secondary math and science, have prompted state officials to look to the UNC system for more teachers.
The House Appropriations Committees on Thursday morning began releasing their spending proposals for the 2015-17 budget cycle. Carolina Journal will post links to the committee reports as they are issued. House Speaker Tim Moore, R-Cleveland, says the chamber plans to complete the budget by the...
"What do you people want?" I can't tell you the number of times I've been asked that by lawmakers, activists, or reporters who don't share my political views. The term "you people" refers to the modern conservative movement in North Carolina, a phenomenon that still seems to puzzle older politicos a
In recent years, teacher shortages, along with high attrition rates in rural areas and in fields such as secondary math and science, have prompted state officials to look to the UNC system for more teachers.
In part one of this series we reported on right-of-center political consultants who have created an innovative business model advising a growing number of Republican legislators to turn their backs on conservative, free-market principles to take up the cause of more government mandates...
In recent weeks, the small town of Fairmont, N.C. has received what is likely the most national media coverage it has seen in years. The Robeson County town of less than 3,000 is home to Lyndon McLellan, who owns and operates a local convenience store. Last summer, his entire business bank...
"What do you people want?" I can't tell you the number of times I've been asked that by lawmakers, activists, or reporters who don't share my political views. The term "you people" refers to the modern conservative movement in North Carolina, a phenomenon that still seems to puzzle older politicos a
In recent years, teacher shortages, along with high attrition rates in rural areas and in fields such as secondary math and science, have prompted state officials to look to the UNC system for more teachers.
The House Appropriations Committees on Thursday morning began releasing their spending proposals for the 2015-17 budget cycle. Carolina Journal will post links to the committee reports as they are issued. House Speaker Tim Moore, R-Cleveland, says the chamber plans to complete the budget by the...
If you want money from the Department of Homeland Security, you will need to start keeping track of the immigration status of suspects you arrest.
If you want money from the Department of Homeland Security, you will need to start keeping track of the immigration status of suspects you arrest.
A bill modifying a variety of election laws could bring campaign finance reporting into the 21st century while limiting the times special local elections could be held.
Seriously. That's how the BarryO fan club is defending their pet monster against accusations, and a CBO report, suggesting that it will kill jobs by the millions.
How safe is fracking? Does it contaminate water? Use too much water? Use secret chemicals? As opponents of hydraulic fracturing continue to criticize the process, a new John Locke Foundation Policy Report turns to evidence to answer these and other common questions.
Many have pointed to the lack of ethics in journalism these days. Many times I have bemoaned the fact that ethics has been replaced by bias, leftist agenda pushing, and the active hiding of any story that might be harmful to Democrats, the left, and the government.
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