Today, Michelle Rhee’s organization, StudentsFirst, released a state policy report card, which evaluates the education laws and policies in place in each state. North Carolina received a D overall and ranked 32 out of the nations 50 states and D.C. Our highest grade was a D+ in the productivity (spending and performance) and North Carolina’s lowest grade was an F in school choice. The state received a D in developing a high-quality teacher workforce.
Group gives NC a D for education laws, policies
by Terry Stoops
January 7, 2013 at 1:14 pm
Terry Stoops / Vice President for Research and Director of Education Studies
Terry Stoops is the Vice President for Research and Director of Education Studies at the John Locke Foundation. Before joining the Locke Foundation, he worked as the progra...
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