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Parking – In the Student Parking Lot

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Parking Map – Park in the Red Outline

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Directions to East Carolina Heart Institute

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Directions to Rudolph Jones Student Center at Fayetteville State University – Park in Lot Y

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Traveling I-95 South from Durham, Raleigh, Rocky Mount, Greenville: Take Exit 56 - to Hwy 301 (Business 95). At the first intersection (Sandpiper Seafood will be on the right), turn right on Grove Street which will undergo a name change at the 3rd traffic light, becoming Rowan Street.

Please park in LOT Y across from the Rudolph Jones Student Center.

Directions to Novant Health Conference Center

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Directions to the Mission Health/A-B Tech Conference Center

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Aligning Early Childhood Strategies so Every Student Succeeds in North Carolina

date_range 2018
library_books Report/Fact Sheet/Issue Brief
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attach_file State Policy and Practice
attach_file Local Policy and Practice

This report highlights more than two years of work to foster better birth-through-third grade
alignment across North Carolina by encouraging inclusion of early childhood strategies in the
North Carolina state and local district plans for the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).

2019 Early Learning and ESSA Collaboration

date_range 2019
library_books Meeting Material
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In 2019, the Department of Public Instruction, North Carolina Early Childhood Foundation and EducationCounsel will support Local Education Agencies and early learning leaders in collaborating to create aligned strategic plans that meet requirements for all community partners and create an opportunity for meaningful coordination and collaboration. Learn more!

Interactive Chronic Absence Map

date_range 2018
library_books Data tool
lightbulb_outline Pathways to Grade-Level Reading
lightbulb_outline Campaign for Grade-Level Reading
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attach_file High Quality Early Care and Education
attach_file Physical Health
attach_file Regular School Attendance
attach_file Supports for Families

Find out the chronic absence rate at your child's school, compare rates across NC school districts, or see how NC stacks up against other states, with this interactive chronic absence map from The Hamilton Project.

Webinar Presentation – AttendaNCe Counts: What North Carolina Schools Districts are Doing to Reduce Chronic Absence

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library_books Presentation
lightbulb_outline Campaign for Grade-Level Reading
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attach_file Regular School Attendance

September is Attendance Awareness Month. In this webinar on September 12, we shared the results of chronic absence self-assessment surveys completed by school districts across North Carolina. The presentation explores the aggregated results of the survey and shares bright spots from around the state that offer actionable steps districts can learn from to improve regular school attendance.