Month: July 2020

New survey reveals parents’ safety expectations to reopen schools for in-person learning

A new survey from University of Phoenix magnifies parents’ safety expectations when it comes to schools reopening for in-person learning. Although parents feel lucky to have had this extra time with their child and have established new family traditions, they are…

New monuments could unify state

By John Hood Raleigh, NC – If you’ve lived in North Carolina for even a few years, you’ve probably formed an opinion about whether statues and monuments honoring Confederate leaders and soldiers ought to remain in or near courthouses, town…

NCHSAA Phase Two guidelines become effective August 3

Chapel Hill, NC – On July 23, 2020 the NCHSAA Board of Directors voted to provide Phase Two guidance to member schools regarding summer conditioning and workout activities.  As always, please consult with your school and LEA administrators relative to…

The assault on working parents must stop

by Dr. Terry Stoops Raleigh, NC – A Union County teacher recently declared, “This might be rude, but I don’t care about parent child care issues. That should not be a valid reason for opening schools. #ihave3” Of the 367…