Narratives in public education in North Carolina are many these days in the media. Case in point: the teacher shortage and teacher pay narratives making their way across various counties and weaving through the news cycle.
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A News & Observer editorial ignores two of the biggest problems with Common Core: how the standards were developed and how they’ve been implemented.
How would you feel if the Federal government told you that your son or daughter had to share a bathroom or locker room with a student of the opposite sex? Parents in multiple states are finding out. Will parents in North Carolina soon face the same mandate?
Packed with informative graphs and charts, the book is separated into three parts: North Carolina Before, The New North Carolina, and What’s Next for North Carolina?
So why are ESAs the latest “hot” thing in education? They work. They meet the needs of families and students while spurring innovation, value and efficiency in the schools.
The Civitas Institute applauds Sen. Bob Rucho’s tireless advocacy on behalf of North Carolina taxpayers. Rucho, who announced Thursday that the current term will be his last, spearheaded the fight for the most significant tax reform and relief in the state’s history, passed in 2013.
A recent oped by William Barber and Timothy Tyson about the "We Stand With God" rally mischaracterizes the Gospel message, as well as wrongly indicts the position of Christian conservatives.
What are ESAs? Education Savings Accounts (ESAs) are taxpayer-funded accounts established to provide an education for qualified students.