A round up of education news from around the state of North Carolina and beyond.
Highlights: Student growth in Wake county, School choice booming in Wake schools, Common Core Commission’s final meeting, NCAE blows off the law, safety concerns in Wake schools.
REMINDER: Today is the NC Common Core Commission’s final meeting.
It is from 1-5 pm today on the 7th floor of the Department of Public Instruction building in Raleigh. The public is encouraged to attend.
I will be there, live tweeting under hashtag: #ASRC
THE BIG STORY
Education activist is Blocked By Former Wake County Board Of Ed Chair
Wake County to lower student enrollment projections
- WRAL Concerned About #WCPSS ‘Student Growth‘
- New WCPSS Enrollment Numbers: Parents Want Choice
- Wake County enrollment numbers getting attention
- #WCPSS Has ‘Student Growth’ — in Charters, Homeschools, Private Schools
Family is thankful for the Opportunity Scholarship Program
New UNC System Report Says: We Cheat
Also: UNC paper classes’ underlying scandal – K-12 failures
Common Core By a New Name and on Steroids, ‘Every Student Succeeds Act’
NCSPIN: Fitzsimon Doesn’t Get Why McCrory Would Stand Up For NC Children
NOT A HOMESCHOOL
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