UNC School of Government professor Anita Brown Graham discusses Carolina Across 100 and the new ‘Our State, Our Work’ program
UNC School of Government professor Anita Brown Graham discusses Carolina Across 100 and the new ‘Our State, Our Work’ program that connects young adults who are out of work and out of school with promising career paths. Learn more about the latest ncIMPACT initiative here.
WRAL investigative reporter Cristin Severance discusses the new documentary “Leandro: The Case for a Sound Basic Education”
The latest WRAL documentary dives into the facts of the case, its impact on students in North Carolina and why there could finally be a resolution. Click below to listen to our interview with documentary producer Cristin Severance. Watch the full Leandro documentary here.
ACLU of North Carolina attorney Michele Delgado discusses the settlement of a federal class action lawsuit that could provide relief for thousands of North Carolinians with suspended driver’s licenses.
As thousands of new refuges seek asylum, Washington gridlock continues to block the Biden administration’s efforts to advance comprehensive U.S. immigration reform. We get the latest on where things stand from immigration rights attorney Dan Melo.
Durham elementary school teacher Turquoise Parker tells us about a remarkably successful, all-volunteer initiative she’s developed to combat K-12 student hunger
Learn more about Turquoise Parker’s amazing efforts here and here.
Connect with Mrs. Parker’s by email or social media and learn how to volunteer in her ongoing hunger relief efforts:
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Mary Ann Wolf, President and CEO of the Public School Forum of North Carolina, discusses the teacher shortage and the state’s top education issues
Read: The Public School Forum’s Top Education Issue report for 2022