Education Newsletter

march 2015

Civic Health Starts with Civic Education 

The Institute for Emerging Issues (IEI) recently released its 2015 North Carolina Civic Health Index. Authored by IEI and produced in partnership with the National Conference on Citizenship, this report highlights an extraordinary opportunity to strengthen our communities, our businesses, and our economy by improving our state’s civic health.

As the report spells out, civic health is the social and economic vitality that results when citizens interact productively with their neighbors, involve themselves in community institutions, and actively engage in public issues. To determine North Carolina’s civic health, IEI analyzed data drawn from special Census and other government surveys, Click here to continue reading…

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NCSSM: A Space for Innovation! 

February 2015

Rounding Up to Boost Students

January 2015

An innovative approach to social emotional learning

December 2014

New I-CAR Program Rebuilding Education innovation

November 2014

Increasing Engagement in STEM

October 2014

From the Classroom to the Real World

September 2014

duke tip + top nc teachers = great summer

August 2014

Retention Through New Teacher Support

July 2014

IEI Education: World-Class 2014

June 2014

Getting to the Core of Common Core

May 2014

Are SChools Still Safe? 

April 2014

tell it like it is: teacher working conditions

March 2014

Engage, inspire, act!

February 2014

one last trip

January 2014

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