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Jul 21, 2020
EdNC: ‘Designing to the Edges’ to Retain Talent Through Universal Design for Learning and Project-based Learning
NC State College of Education Teaching Assistant Professor Michelle Bartlett, Ph.D., discusses how the "designing to the edges" design method can lead to growth and success for all learners.
Jul 20, 2020
Wilton Elementary Principal Sheila Atkins ‘12MSA honored as 2019-2020 Granville County Schools Principal of the Year
Wilton Elementary School Principal Sheila Atkins ‘12MSA began her career at Granville County Schools as a teacher assistant and bus driver. Now, she is the 2019-2020 Granville County Public Schools...
Jul 20, 2020
Associate Professor Anna Egalite Examines Charter School Landscape in Recently Released Paper
Associate Professor Anna Egalite, Ph.D., is providing an in-depth analysis of the current charter school landscape through a recently published paper entitled “The National Charter School Landscape.”