As a community, we must help CMS attract and retain the best educators to our classrooms.
Speaker Thom Tillis said he expects the House to approve a budget by week’s end.
The North Carolina Senate gave preliminary approval to a $21.2 billion budget that includes nearly half a billion dollars for teacher raises—but makes cuts elsewhere in public education to pay…
For those of us advocating for a teacher pay raise, the governor's plan is a meaningful step in the right direction.
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…
MeckEd is thrilled to welcome Gov. Jim Hunt as the keynote speaker at this year’s Annual Community Breakfast.Read More
As a community, we must help CMS attract and retain the best educators to our classrooms.Read More