Investing in Education
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ANNOUNCEMENT: LOCATION CHANGE FOR PARTNERS READ VOLUNTEER TRAINING
Training for new Partners Read volunteers on TUESDAY 9/18 and WEDNESDAY 9/19 has been moved to WakeEd Partnership’s office located at 706 Hillsborough Street near Downtown Raleigh. Check your email or contact Carol Allen (firstname.lastname@example.org) for details.
Beginning Teachers: Join BTLN!
The Wake County Beginning Teacher Leadership Network (BTLN) is a teacher-led young professionals network that aims to empower and retain beginning teachers in the Wake County Public School System. Attend monthly meetings throughout the school year to develop leadership skills, learn education policy and advocacy, and participate in valuable, professional development with other beginning teachers. Register for 2018-19. LEARN MORE >
ENTER TO WIN HAMILTON TICKETS
We’re giving away TWO ORCHESTRA TICKETS to see Hamilton at the Durham Performing Arts Center in November – plus $150 cash! Enter our raffle for a chance to win!
Strong Schools, Strong Commumities
Dollars invested in schools stay in our community and provide an economic engine in Wake County. Did you know that a strong public school system generates up to $1.6 billion in additional lifetime incomes for graduates? High-quality public education also leads to increased home values and reduced taxpayer costs across the county.
The Board of Directors of WakeEd Partnership through its President, Steve Parrott, today announces the adoption of a Resolution in support of the Bond Referendum on the November 2018 election ballot. Press Release Board Resolution WCPSS Return on Investment WakeEd is...
With the election season on the doorstep, it is reasonable to think that public school funding will be among the top issues raised at candidate forums, and specifically teacher pay will be one issue that is likely to receive the lion’s share of attention. Teacher pay...
We encourage other businesses to partner with WakeEd and join in our effort to continue to provide the best possible education in Wake County. It truly takes a village and we all have a stake in our future.