NCEC Welcomes Two New Board Members 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  August 9, 2023 BJ Rudell, Marketing and Communications Director brent.rudell@nceducationcorps.orgRaleigh, NC – North Carolina Education Corps (NCEC) is thrilled to welcome two new members to its dynamic, bipartisan, results-driven Board of Directors.  Johanna Anderson serves…

High-Impact Tutoring: Some Research-Based Essentials

It’s no surprise that at North Carolina Education Corps, we’re a proponent of high-impact– or high-dosage– tutoring. Of the many existing tutoring interventions and program models, high-impact tutoring is researched-backed and shows the most evidence of learning acceleration – helping…
John-Paul Smith, Executive Director of NC Education Corps, appeared in a panel conversation on ncIMPACT, broadcast by PBS NC on February 11, 2022, hosted by Anita Brown-Graham and featuring Dr. Cassandra Davis (UNC Public Policy) and Dr. Michael Maher (NC DPI, Office of Learning Recovery)

NC Ed Corps joins ncIMPACT, PBS NC

Following a year of school closings and virtual learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic, more than half of K-12 teachers say students experienced significant learning loss as a result of the pandemic.The drastic impact of COVID-19 is exacerbating challenges…
Dr. Conley meets with Associate Superintendent Kim Gibson and NC Education Corps learning coach Kelley Wilson, to discuss the continuous improvement process for CCS corps members.

A Superintendent’s View — Dr. Jeana Conley

In the 2021-22 school year, North Carolina Education Corps is partnering with 24 PSUs (public school units) to help plan, recruit, and support high-impact literacy tutoring, to extend the impact of teachers and support K-3 students.NCEC plans to partner…