Have you registered for the November 22 Pathways to Grade-Level Reading annual stakeholders meeting yet? The meeting will feature a moderated panel discussion among candidates for state superintendents. They will share their thoughts on how NC could move forward to operationalize the recommendations in the Pathways Action Framework, including these goals:
- North Carolina’s children have the opportunity to learn in environments that are culturally relevant and free from systemic racism and cultural and racial implicit bias.
- North Carolina’s children, especially those with the most roadblocks to opportunity, have well-trained, high quality teachers and school leaders, from birth through third grade.
- North Carolina’s early learning environments support and promote children’s social-emotional development and executive functioning.
Click here to register for the meeting. Seats are limited.