WakeEd’s monthly Insight newsletter shares the impact of WakeEd programs in classrooms across all of Wake County – from Apex to Zebulon and everywhere in between.
Grace Jackson, English teacher and PBL champion at Enloe Magnet High School, exemplifies excellence both in her classroom and throughout the Enloe community.
First Citizens has served North Carolina for 121 years, so we know the difference public education has made and is making in our communities. Vibrant public schools are a critical engine for furthering economic growth.
This year, North Wake College and Career Academy engaged businesses from two different industries in providing hands-on PBL experiences for students.
Lead Mine Elementary School leaders are collaborating with marketing professionals from Lifetouch and AlphaGraphics to help capture the spirit of Lead Mine students, teachers, and parents.
Dillard Drive Middle School and LORD Corporation are collaborating to expose students to variety of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) careers.
Being able to read on grade-level by the third grade can change a child’s life. For five years, WakeEd Partnership’s Partners Read program has placed mentors into Wake County Public Schools to read with developing first and second grade students and has provided...
For 125 years, UNC REX Healthcare has provided expert care to Wake County and surrounding areas. Our mission to inspire hope, improve health and heal communities is at the heart of what we do every day. UNC REX understands its role in being a leader in health and...
WakeEd is honored to announce the Kathy Hartenstine Memorial Fund to support childhood literacy through the Partners Read program. Kathy was a lifelong educator, dedicating more than 35 years to Wake County Public School System as a teacher and principal. Committed...
The fourth annual Stars of Education awards gala, presented by PNC Bank, was a resounding success! The Marriott City Center was aglow, as more than 400 guests lit up the room with PNC Bank bracelets, celebrating the role of the community in creating a light of opportunity for students in Wake County.
Our graduates must be greater in number and better equipped to handle the demands of a fast-moving world.