To meet the future demand for a more skilled and educated workforce, North Carolina must invest in what works: high-quality early care and education.
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The Women's Impact Fund recently announced at its annual meeting that local education champion and nonprofit MeckEd was the recipient of its 2013 education grant.
Wells Fargo has awarded $50,000 to local education champion and nonprofit MeckEd to support the organization’s Career Pathways Program and efforts to inform and engage the community around the critical…
Here’s a fact that may not surprise you: the children of the rich perform better in school, on average, than children from middle-class or poor families.
Twenty-five Charlotte-Mecklenburg educators were honored for their commitment to excellence in the classroom and for being leaders in their school communities.
Last Wednesday evening at the Westin Charlotte, local education nonprofit and education champion MeckEd, along with the Charlotte community, recognized and celebrated 25 CMS educators for their commitment to excellence…
Wednesday night, Wright and 24 other Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools teachers were recognized at the second annual MeckEd Teachers of Excellence awards ceremony.
North Carolina parents are right to worry about SB 337/State Charter School Review Board, which bypasses the authority of elected school boards to give political appointees the power to grow…
In this week’s e-Newsletter, read about our Community Conversation about pending education legislation, CMS’ budget plan, and who education funders are giving their money to.Read More
To meet the future demand for a more skilled and educated workforce, North Carolina must invest in what works: high-quality early care and education.Read More
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