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Liz Bell
Reporting on all things early learning . Tar Heel always. Send me tips/movie recs: lbell@ednc.org
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Liz Bell Nov 13
. continues to help me kick off , so I'm obligated to tell u to help him out with feedback for his community college newsletter : (not really) (but you should still do it)
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Liz Bell Nov 13
With Mark Johnson out of the race, who do you want to see as state superintendent?
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EducationNC Nov 12
THREAD: has announced that he will run for lieutenant governor in 2020, leaving the Republican spot for superintendent open for challengers. 1/6
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Solutions Journalism Network Nov 9
4. “Child-directed play” sounds pretty darn cool. So looked into how it’s helping rural families connect in North Carolina. Via .
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Liz Bell Nov 9
View of my first breakout session on using solutions journalism to cover education globally. Basically not coming home
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Dan Wuori Nov 8
The pay gap between educators and those in K-12 is frequently blamed for high turnover in . But back/knee pain, below-avg cardiorespiratory health and work-related injuries might also have teachers leaving the profession.
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Liz Bell Nov 8
Headed to ready to be in a cozy mountain resort and talk about journalism & how to cover not just challenges but humans’ responses to them!
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Liz Bell Nov 8
Only 19 of the state’s 58 community colleges have experienced an enrollment increase since 2007. explains the work of a task force looking to address this challenge.
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Liz Bell Nov 7
As far as my beat goes, I'll be back Nov 17. with a new , my newsletter on news & resources. If you haven't signed up, you can do so here:
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Liz Bell Nov 7
. has been at the planning session this week. Yesterday, a researcher said North Carolina reduced third-grade racial achievement gaps while using mCLASS & that switching assessments could slow this progress
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Liz Bell Nov 7
. digs into an report & panel on school segregation: "As we stand here today, Charlotte is the most segregated school system in North Carolina, in a badly segregated state." —
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Liz Bell Nov 7
If you haven't heard about North Phillips before now, you HAVE to check out this short doc from on the school, "We Drive It," designed by and for students who needed something traditional school wasn't offering:
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Liz Bell Nov 7
Starting this week, & will embed in Edgecombe County for a month with Service Corps members & working to measure the impact of a unique school — the North Phillips School of Innovation:
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Liz Bell Nov 7
Don't miss 's piece on Jonathan Mooney, author and "neuro-diversity activist." The headline speaks for itself: He didn’t learn to read until 12. Then he graduated from an Ivy. Here’s his advice.
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Liz Bell Nov 7
With the candidate filing date coming up in December, this piece from dives into who all is looking at a run for state superintendent, including a top education legislator, Craig Horn (R-Union):
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Liz Bell Nov 7
Been pretty silent on here for little while bc vacation but we've had some great stuff come out recently!! For one, our interactive map on school grades across the state is up w 2018-19 data. See how different formulas impact grades:
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Liz Bell Oct 24
North Carolina teachers may be getting a little more money. But what about actual raises?
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Mebane Rash Oct 22
Look , Early Bird in Brooklyn!
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EducationNC Oct 23
Early childhood faculty across the state’s postsecondary systems are being trained on trauma-informed teaching. has the latest.
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Liz Bell Oct 23
Thanks to for allowing me to attend a training for community college & 4-year institution faculty on how to prepare early educators for students' experiences with trauma — and how to work through their own:
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