I am pleased to share with you MeckEd's new advocacy toolkit -- a guide we hope you will download and share with your friends.
What we’re arguing about is what we want from our children’s education, and what, in fact, “getting an education” actually means.
With our children’s well-being hanging in the balance, I propose we start with faith – an uncompromising belief that we can and must educate and care for all of Charlotte’s…
North Carolina’s wrongheaded voucher program is rightly headed to court, despite the state’s lawyers push on Monday to get lawsuits against the program dismissed. N.C. lawmakers should never have passed…
Public schools, charter schools and private schools give North Carolina parents many choices for their child’s education. Along with these choices comes a whole lot of marketing, most of it…
With college costs soaring, some are wondering if there is a way for students to prepare for meaningful careers without incurring massive debt.
My son Ben’s language arts teacher emailed one morning this winter to tell me she is leaving Ben’s school. I feel sick, but I don’t blame her.
Let's face it. When it comes to the transformation of public education, families and students are at the bottom of the partnership feeding chain.
With Spring finally upon us, MeckEd is gearing up for a busy couple of months. We are less than two months away from the start of the 2014 General Assembly session — one we hope will include significant investments in North Carolina’s teachers.Read More
I am pleased to share with you MeckEd’s new advocacy toolkit — a guide we hope you will download and share with your friends.Read More