• INNOVATOR March 27, 2013

    In this issue:
    - Working together for a stronger workforce
    - NC early colleges cited by key foundation
    - Investing in college readiness pays off 
    - More news from New Schools ...

    27 MAR 2013


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  • INNOVATOR Feb. 28, 2013

    In this issue:
    - Community colleges help expand access
    - Commentary: We all benefit from support for teachers
    - Grad Nation report highlights the South
    - New data on college completion by state
    - and more news from New Schools ...

    28 FEB 2013


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  • INNOVATOR Jan. 30, 2013

    In this issue:
    - NC's educational progress is no accident
    - Report: Business engagement is essential
    - Study links suspensions, graduation rates
    - Dropouts few from innovative schools
    - ...and more news from New Schools

    30 JAN 2013


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  • Job posting | Leadership Coach

    North Carolina New Schools seeks an experienced and accomplished educational profession to serve as a leadership coach. (Posted Jan. 29, 2013.)

    29 JAN 2013


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  • NC New Schools overview

    Organizational overview in a 12-page color brochure.

    13 JAN 2013


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  • INNOVATOR Nov. 28, 2012

    In this issue:
    - Commentary: Learning in the classroom and workplace
    - Rural high schools stress college credit
    - Dual enrollment success in rural Virginia
    - Demographic shifts put focus on gaps
    - and more news from New Schools

    28 NOV 2012


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  • INNOVATOR Oct. 29, 2012

    In this issue:
    - New Schools: Less Project, More Promise
    - NC STEP expands, seeks more candidates
    - Twitter chats on teaching start TODAY
    - Study: Dual enrollment boosts outcomes
    - More news from New Schools ...

    29 OCT 2012


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  • Vision 2015

    North Carolina New Schools is pleased to announce its Vision 2015 plan, the result of a year-long strategic planning process by the Board of Directors, Board of Advisors, staff,  and more than 150 leaders in business, government and education to sustain the organization's role as a trusted partner in the complex and challenging work of school change. Vision 2015 builds upon earlier plans in 2006 and 2009 that also engaged experts, policy makers and educators across North Carolina and the country.

    With Vision 2015, NC New Schools will build upon its talent development strategies, tools for school design and development, and national, state and local partnerships to address three overarching goals:

    • Advance STEM education: Accelerate rigor and skills development among graduates by partnering with committed schools/districts and by providing explicit connections to higher education and to business and industry.
    • Advance workforce development: Support the creation of a seamless education and training system, including linking students and teachers to workplace learning, by working with local, state and national partners.
    • Advance innovation: Scale innovation that works across school districts and regions with local, state and national partners; push the boundaries of change through research and development.

    25 OCT 2012


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  • INNOVATOR Sept. 25, 2012

    In this issue:
    - Commentary by Tony Habit: Securing their prosperity and ours
    - More focus on "middle jobs," study urges
    - Black males more likely to graduate in NC
    - And more news from New Schools ...

    25 SEP 2012


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  • INNOVATOR Aug. 15, 2012

    In this issue:

    - Lesson from the field: Why science matters
    - NCNSP partner schools show strong results - Grad rates climb
    - Report: NC faces economic challenges
    - Students: High marks to innovative schools 
    - Learning by doing
    - and more news from New Schools

    15 AUG 2012


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