The ubiquitous uncertainty of returning to schools amid COVID-19 has adult anxiety spiraling. Thankfully, a new study is offering hope. Why?
On Aug. 3, 2020, the Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise hosted a webinar to explore the worst-case scenarios in higher education, due to COVID-19. The webinar included comments on how schools are returning for the fall semester and what kind of budget cuts schools may face as a result of COVID-19.
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper announced that North Carolina elementary schools would reopen with mixed remote-and-in-person classes for Fall 2020. His announcement came after long deliberation, but it introduces new questions for parents and employers.
NCND was able to ask Dr. Hope Williams some questions about what impacts NC independent colleges and universities are experiencing. She has been President of the North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (NCICU) since 1992 and part of the organization since 1986. NCICU is made up of the 36 private colleges and universities across the...
In a Tuesday, July 21 news conference, Wake County Superintendent Cathy Moore recommended that the school year begin in an entirely online learning platform. The reopening plan, named Plan B Transition, calls for students in Wake Co. to begin the school year in online instruction but will transition to in-class instruction as the year progresses.