Data from North Carolina’s Teacher Working Conditions survey proves that leadership is an essential component of strong schools. Recognizing the importance of school leadership, the North Carolina Business Committee for Education (NCBCE) partners with the N.C. Principals and Assistant Principals Association (NCPAPA) to enhance the professional development of practicing principals. Click here to download the Distinguished Leadership in Practice.
Students@Work is a partnership with NCBCE and the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction to offer job shadowing opportunities to middle school students in North Carolina. Click here to learn more.
A special thanks to NCBCE member companies who helped support the survey. More than 100,000 educators participated (with an 86% participation rate). Complete statewide data and analysis can be found at: www.ncpublicschools.org
||Business leaders support the Teacher Working Conditions survey because we know the connection between student achievement and the retention of excellent teachers. The North Carolina Business Committee for Education has been behind this survey since its inception in 2002 and we encourage every teacher in North Carolina to participate in the survey.
|- Dale Whitworth, Chair of the North Carolina Business Committee for Education
and Senior Vice President and CFO, Golden Corral
North Carolina Graduation Project
Updated North Carolina Graduation Project Website
A new website has been created for the NC Graduation Project as a resource for those districts implementing the NCGP as a local exit standard and other districts that may be considering implementing it. The website, which is available online at www.ncpublicschools.org/graduationproject
, was developed to respond to district inquiries such as sample forms, FAQs, systems for success and data. Graduation project questions may be directed toElissa Brown at Elissa.Brown@dpi.nc.gov
• NCBCE Education Resource Guide
• Focus Groups
• Regional Meetings—North Carolina Moving Forward. . .
• NC’s Teacher Working Conditions Initiative
• NCBCE Webinar Series in collaboration with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction
• Distinguished Leaders
The work of NCBCE is valued by our state’s policy makers and education stakeholders. This value is demonstrated by unprecedented and aggressive efforts to involve NCBCE members in discussions and actions at every level of our state’s education system. NCBCE members have created this openness by partnering with educators to create solutions for our public schools.
Erasing County Lines - Dec 8 2010
Right Brain To The Rescue - Oct 1 2010
District and School Transformation Support - Aug 24 2010
Professional Development - June 10 2010
DIP Performance - April 6 2010
ACRE Project Webinar for Business - Feb 11 2010
Career & College - Feb 15 2011
CFNC - April 21 2011