Contributor, Cardinal & Pine
is a social studies teacher in Wake County. She advocates for public education on many fronts, including on her blog educatedpolicy.com.
With NC schools lacking infrastructure for a safe reopen during coronavirus, a teacher says lawmakers’ $325 payout to parents is misguided.
With coronavirus rising again, a NC teacher on why schools should resist pressure to return to a classroom before it’s safe.
Inside the efforts by President Trump and GOP allies like Dan Forest to dismantle and warp the history we teach in NC schools.
Schools around North Carolina are opening up for elementary school students even as the state draws attention for being in the COVID-19 “red zone."
Americans have united before during a war effort. A NC history teacher asks: Why can’t we do that during the coronavirus pandemic?
For the gridiron fans, a NC teacher explains why, amid the coronavirus, game-planning for schools and football aren't so far removed.
The beloved television personality understood the role of funding a strong public education system. Why don’t NC lawmakers?
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