Meaningful change in North Carolina's high schools requires collaboration among a wide range of public and private partners. The following organizations help North Carolina New Schools in its efforts to advance innovation for students across the state.

Office of the Governor
The Office of Gov. Beverly Purdue has launched the Career and College - Ready, Set, Go! initiative, which is aligned with the goals of North Carolina New Schools.
NC General Assembly
NC Department of Public Instruction
NC Education Cabinet
NC State Board of Education
NC Community College System
Community colleges across North Carolina partner with North Carolina New Schools early colleges to provide high school students with access to college coursework.
North Carolina Business Committee for Education (NCBCE)
The Business Committee's mission focuses on ensuring that every student in North Carolina graduates from high school ready for life and work in a global society.
NC Science, Mathematics and Technology Education Center
The University of North Carolina
NC Independent Colleges and Universities
New Tech Network
New Tech Network partners with public high schools to develop learning environments centered on a strong culture of trust, respect and responsibility. New Tech schools graduate collaborative, critical thinkers who are capable of framing and solving the problems that will shape our collective future.
University of North Carolina at Greensboro on behalf of SERVE
Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation of Harvard University
Professional Educators of North Carolina
PENC is a non-partisan professional organization that serves as the voice for educators in policy-making, the forum for developing professional relationships and the advocate for improving the learning environment for every educator and student.
National Science Foundation
U.S. Department of Education

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