Investing in Education

Supporting Teachers | Informing the Community | Serving as a Catalyst

Investing in Education

Supporting Teachers | Informing the Community | Serving as a Catalyst

Learning from COVID-19: What Principals Told Us

In our first two articles on learning from COVID-19, we showcased the concerns and considerations of students and teachers in relation to their experiences with reentry to schools in the midst of the pandemic. As school building leaders, principals also have their own set of experiences and thought processes they bring to the table.

Learning from COVID-19: What Principals Told Us

In our first two articles on learning from COVID-19, we showcased the concerns and considerations of students and teachers in relation to their experiences with reentry to schools in the midst of the pandemic. As school building leaders, principals also have their own set of experiences and thought processes they bring to the table.

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2021 WCPSS Hall of Fame
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NOMINATIONS OPEN:

2021 WCPSS Hall of Fame
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STEMposium 2021

Celebrating the impact of Business Partnerships with Wake County Public Schools.

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STEMposium 2021

Celebrating the impact of Business Partnerships with Wake County Public Schools.

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Career Conversations

Partnering with Employers to Help Students Discover Future Careers.

Career Conversations

Partnering with Employers to Help Students Discover Future Careers.

Partners Read Virtual Library

Pick a Book. Read Along. Repeat! We’re adding new stories for young readers
to our virtual read-aloud library! 

Partners Read Virtual Library

Pick a Book. Read Along. Repeat! We’re adding new stories for young readers to our virtual read-aloud library!

Families and Schools Together Initiative (FAST)

Congratulations

to our 2021 Coach Bob Pittard Scholarship winners!

Families and Schools Together Initiative (FAST)

Congratulations

to our 2021 Coach Bob Pittard Scholarship winners!

“High quality schools are built on strong relationships. That is true for our students, our parents and our community partners. The relationship between WakeEd Partnership and the Wake County Public School System is both unique and valued. A steadfast partner, WakeEd provides an informed, credible and objective voice for the business community about K-12 issues in Wake County and North Carolina. High quality schools are vital to a community’s success. A strong relationship with WakeEd has helped this district maintain that quality.”

– Cathy Moore, Superintendent of the Wake County Public School System

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Learning from COVID-19: What Principals Told Us

Learning from COVID-19: What Principals Told Us

In our first two articles on learning from COVID-19, we showcased the concerns and considerations of students and teachers in relation to their experiences with reentry to schools in the midst of the pandemic. As school building leaders, principals also have their own set of experiences and thought processes they bring to the table.

Learning from COVID-19: What Teachers Told Us

Learning from COVID-19: What Teachers Told Us

It has been more than a month since Wake County Public Schools returned to full-time in-person learning with twice-monthly remote learning days. The turnaround for full reentry came at such a quick pace that there has been little time for teachers and other school personnel to learn and critically evaluate the most effective ways to deliver a hybrid model of learning.

Learning From COVID-19: What Students Told Us

Learning From COVID-19: What Students Told Us

As North Carolina — and the country — debated how and when to return to in-person instruction, the primary focus was often on teachers and adult staff members, as they are more vulnerable than students when it comes to contracting severe cases of COVID-19. But too often, the voices that were noticeably absent were those of students themselves.

Learning from COVID-19: What Principals Told Us

Learning from COVID-19: What Principals Told Us

In our first two articles on learning from COVID-19, we showcased the concerns and considerations of students and teachers in relation to their experiences with reentry to schools in the midst of the pandemic. As school building leaders, principals also have their own set of experiences and thought processes they bring to the table.

Learning from COVID-19: What Teachers Told Us

Learning from COVID-19: What Teachers Told Us

It has been more than a month since Wake County Public Schools returned to full-time in-person learning with twice-monthly remote learning days. The turnaround for full reentry came at such a quick pace that there has been little time for teachers and other school personnel to learn and critically evaluate the most effective ways to deliver a hybrid model of learning.

Learning From COVID-19: What Students Told Us

Learning From COVID-19: What Students Told Us

As North Carolina — and the country — debated how and when to return to in-person instruction, the primary focus was often on teachers and adult staff members, as they are more vulnerable than students when it comes to contracting severe cases of COVID-19. But too often, the voices that were noticeably absent were those of students themselves.

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