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.
Mecklenburg County voters should approve a $290 million bonds issue for Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools.
This fall, Mecklenburg County voters will be asked to vote on two bond referenda totaling $500 million. MeckEd supports the bond campaign and we need you to get involved.
The large, orange-red D-minus dominates the web page, leaping out from the white background. I’m looking at a so-called “Report Card” for Shamrock Gardens Elementary School, prepared by a lobbying…
The Common Core standards – which have been adopted in our state and around the country following years of public debate among educational leaders and policymakers – bring an essential…
Nothing can inspire a child like a great teacher. We all know this to be true. Research has repeatedly demonstrated that teachers are the most important in-school influence on student performance.
Across North Carolina, talented and dedicated teachers have welcomed students back to public school classrooms.
This editorial is intended to provide an accurate and objective picture of how N.C. teacher salaries, academic achievement, and accountability have changed since 2006--due to reductions in education funding.
I’m sure you’ve seen the news coverage about the steep drop in test scores North Carolina schools experienced because of the transition to the Common Core State Standards.Read More
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.Read More