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Qualifying Schools Announced for Possible Inclusion in the NC Innovative School District

(Raleigh, NC)— Dr. Eric Hall, Deputy State Superintendent of Innovation and founding Superintendent of the North Carolina Innovative School District (ISD), announced today the names of the qualifying lowperforming, schools in the state and those that will be considered for inclusion in the ISD for the 2019-20 school year. The qualifying list, which includes both [...]

Qualifying Schools Announced for Possible Inclusion in the NC Innovative School District2018-09-05T16:56:09+00:00

If You Think Teacher Strikes Are About Pay, Think Again

Listen to the Center for Education Reform's latest Reality Check podcast featuring our Executive Director, Rhonda Dillingham and Pamela Blizzard, Founder and Manager of Research Triangle High School.   Listen to the podcast below!    

If You Think Teacher Strikes Are About Pay, Think Again2018-05-21T13:51:16+00:00

A Farewell from 2017 North Carolina Charter School Teacher of the Year Deborah Brown

This past year has been an honor to serve as North Carolina’s Charter School Teacher of the Year. Far from a reward for being the “best” teacher, this has been a year of service to represent the best teachers and to be an ambassador for the nearly 200 charter schools in our state. I’ve had [...]

A Farewell from 2017 North Carolina Charter School Teacher of the Year Deborah Brown2018-05-07T00:21:59+00:00

These NC charter schools show how to succeed with low-income students

In June, Charlotte’s Sugar Creek High School, a high-poverty, all-minority school, will graduate its first senior class. Of the 30 seniors, all have been accepted by at least one four-year college. Three were accepted for early admission at UNC-Chapel Hill. Most of these students will be the first person from their families to attend college. [...]

These NC charter schools show how to succeed with low-income students2018-03-26T22:19:20+00:00

NC public charter schools stymied by funding – Rhonda Dillingham

A recent report from policy analyst Kris Nordstrom at the N.C. Justice Center claims that charter schools are contributing to increasing racial segregation. Public charter schools are free public schools that are open to all students, and only make up 6 percent of all public schools nationwide.   Charter schools should not be labeled as [...]

NC public charter schools stymied by funding – Rhonda Dillingham2018-03-26T22:07:05+00:00

DPI Seeks Proposals for Coding and Mobile App Grants

State Superintendent Mark Johnson announced today that the Department of Public Instruction is now accepting grant applications for a new round of the state’s Coding and Mobile App Development competitive grant program, totaling $800,000 in awards for the 2018-19 school year.   The second year of the initiative will fund up to $80,000 per school [...]

DPI Seeks Proposals for Coding and Mobile App Grants2018-03-23T18:09:30+00:00

NC Public Charter Schools: Stymied by Funding Op-Ed from Rhonda Dillingham

A recent report from policy analyst Kris Nordstrom at the North Carolina Justice Center claims that charter schools are contributing to increasing racial segregation. Public charter schools are free public schools that are open to all students, and only make up six percent of all public schools nationwide.   Read More  

NC Public Charter Schools: Stymied by Funding Op-Ed from Rhonda Dillingham2018-03-23T13:11:52+00:00

A Response to The News & Observer

The following letter is a response to The News & Observer article entitled,“Report: Close charter schools that aren’t diverse”, originally published on March 16, 2018.   "As a former traditional public school teacher and public charter school principal, I find reports like the one from Kris Nordstrom to be offensive and misleading. He represents public [...]

A Response to The News & Observer2018-03-23T10:02:56+00:00
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