State of North Carolina Archives: on Education


Pat McCrory: Virtual education choice and charter schools choice

Virtual Education Choice: National studies show virtual learners make larger learning gains and have higher course completion rates. 21st-century technology makes it possible for high school students to choose from a wide range of on-line courses taught by the best public school teachers from across the state. I propose offering greater access and more flexibility to local school systems to our students--public, private, and home schooled--to a wide range of for-credit, on-line courses. Teaching and education can no longer be limited to lectures, chalkboards, and brick buildings.

Charter Schools Choice: While lifting the cap on charter schools was a great first step, we must be careful that a slow moving process for approving new charter schools would act as a de facto cap. Therefore, we must address the thousands of families on waiting lists for charter schools in addition to the dozens of charter schools waiting to open.

Source: N.C. Governor 2012 campaign website, patmccrory.com Nov 6, 2012

Pat McCrory: Partner colleges with business to focus on marketable skills

Too many graduates are finding that their degree does not provide them with a marketable skill set to get a job. We need to work more closely with businesses and educational leaders to guarantee the quality of a North Carolina degree for every course of study. To this end, a McCrory administration will work to create an important feedback loop for students and parents as they choose their educational path, measure and ensure the quality of North Carolina degree and ease the ability to share best practices between campuses and industries. A McCrory administration will:
Source: N.C. Governor 2012 campaign website, patmccrory.com Nov 6, 2012

Robert Pittenger: Endorses voluntary prayer in public schools

Source: 2004 N.C. Congressional National Political Awareness Test Nov 1, 2004

Robert Pittenger: Vouchers for public, private or religious schools

Source: 2004 N.C. Congressional National Political Awareness Test Nov 1, 2004

Sean Haugh: Vouchers for public, private or religious schools

Source: 2004 N.C. Congressional National Political Awareness Test Nov 1, 2004

Sean Haugh: Voluntary prayer in public schools

Source: 2004 N.C. Congressional National Political Awareness Test Nov 1, 2004

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