Education Newsletter

May 2015

Elevating Educators through Engagement

The Institute for Emerging Issues (IEI) and the Hunt Library played host last month to 50 educators from Lee and Pitt counties who were participating in their first County-to-County Collaborative Day. The teachers, all in their first through fifth year in the profession, spent time learning about education policy, the North Carolina General Assembly and their elected officials, as well as effective channels of communication and engagement. They followed up their discussions with a visit to the NC General Assembly for the opportunity to experience cross?over week firsthand.
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April 2015

CIVIC HEALTH STARTS WITH CIVIC EDUCATION

March 2015

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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