Part I reviewed how NCAE-endorsed candidates performed in Council of State, federal and statewide Judicial races. This article reviews how NCAE-endorsed candidates did in ... Keep Reading
NCAE said they would “change the players in the game.” Did they?
For the past two years the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) has been mobilizing and organizing to elect lawmakers who are more aligned with the organization’s views ... Keep Reading
What Tuesday’s results mean for education
Richard Weaver’s famous book “Ideas have Consequences” has a pithy and poignant title. The same stance should be applied to what happened on Tuesday; elections have consequences. ... Keep Reading
Why conservatives should care about local school board elections
It's election season. And if you live in North Carolina you might think the only elections are those for president, U.S. Senate and governor. Fever pitch campaigns for those races ... Keep Reading
A closer look at the candidates for state superintendent of public instruction
This November, North Carolina voters have the opportunity to elect a new superintendent of public instruction. The superintendent is the state’s highest-ranking education official ... Keep Reading
Funding students, not systems: A discussion with Corey DeAngelis and Bob Luebke
This week, Corey DeAngelis director of school choice at Reason Foundation and Bob Luebke, Civitas' director of policy, join the show as we discuss the release of a brand new ... Keep Reading
A Better Carolina: The facts about education spending
Educating the next generation is one of the most important responsibilities of state government. For the last decade critics of the Republican education policies claim the General ... Keep Reading
New help for reversing the school-to-prison pipeline?
School is supposed to be a place where students learn democratic values and how to contribute to society. A bad mix of student behavior and school discipline policies, however, is ... Keep Reading
Does school choice harm the public schools?
School choice has expanded across North Carolina Claims that charter schools and vouchers adversely impact public schools don’t withstand examination Because choice ... Keep Reading
Two parents separated by 12 miles face two different worlds for kids this fall
Fixed and firm metrics, not emotion, key to returning kids to in-person instruction Nyssa Fucci and Jennifer White have a lot in common. Both are mothers of elementary school ... Keep Reading