One parent and teacher wants to know why, in the midst of a pandemic, Superintendent Mark Johnson's agency is recommending a resumption of high-stakes testing. (Image via Johnson's page).
Why Are NC Schools Pushing Standardized Testing in the Midst of a Pandemic?

A NC teacher and parent says, with COVID impacting how dozens of school districts reopen, it’s the wrong time to restart high-stakes standardized testing.

A NC teacher says that, with federal lawmakers stalled on aid for school reopening, Vice President Pence should not be in the state touting a private school right now. (Image via Shutterstock)
I’m a Teacher. Mike Pence’s Visit to a Private School in NC Today Sends the Wrong Message.

With federal lawmakers stalled on aid for reopening public schools, Mike Pence should not be touting a private school in NC right now.

NC educators and parents in many school districts are preparing for a remote reopening for NC schools. (Image via Shutterstock)
The Five Stages of Grieving Another School Year Lost to Coronavirus

As the coronavirus gets worse and worse in NC, educators and parents like myself are preparing for a remote school reopening.

If NC schools are going to reopen, state and federal officials have to  take it seriously.
I’m a NC Teacher. Stop Treating NC School Reopening as a Game.

If North Carolina is going to reopen public schools during a pandemic, state and federal officials have to take it seriously.

A NC educator says that if we want to motivate coronavirus shirkers, we could learn from a first-grade teacher. (Image via Shutterstock)
Lessons From A First-Grade Teacher: Here’s How To Deal With Those Who Think Coronavirus Is No Big Deal

A NC teacher says that, with schools attempting to reopen this fall, the state will have to find a way to motivate coronavirus shirkers.

Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C., left, and Sen. Thom Tillis, R-N.C., in January 2020. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
Burr and Tillis: I’m A NC Teacher. We Desperately Need Coronavirus Relief in the HEROES Act.

With coronavirus forcing NC into a billion-dollar budget deficit, why local government and school districts need the relief in the HEROES Act.

In this May 2019 file photo, teachers march to protest school funding shortfalls in North Carolina. (Image via Shutterstock)
NC Teacher: Lawmakers Are Laughing In Our Faces With Latest Pay Raise Bill

After a decade of punishing education cuts, a North Carolina educator says the latest Republican teacher pay proposal is insulting.