What’s in a Name? The Potential for Students to Self-Advocate
Sometimes the hardest part is just getting started. That probably holds true for a lot of people.
Case Study: HillRAP – Research-Based Program in the Context of Local Schools
Hill Learning Center, an education nonprofit serving K-12 educators and students, helps students with learning differences and attention challenges become confident, independent learners.
2018 Friday Medal Honors Dr. Shelley Goldman
Three words--inspire, innovate and educate--can be found on the walls of the Friday Institute building and serve as a reminder of the enduring themes in its work. This year’s Friday Medal recipient, Dr. Shelley Goldman, embodies these themes.
The Friday Institute Launches Parents Guide to Support Student Learning
Raleigh, NC — The Friday Institute for Educational Innovation in the College of Education at NC State University launched a guide for parents, guardians, mentors and other adults to support...
Friday Institute Selects 2018 Graduate Student Fellows
This year’s Friday Institute Graduate Student Fellows are researching topics that will make a difference for North Carolinians. Whether dedicating time to providing access to education for all students, protecting...
Analysis Detects No State-Level Impacts for ‘Read to Achieve’ Initiative
Students exposed to Read to Achieve program show no difference in reading mastery.
Consider It Mapped: Mapping the 2017-2018 School Report Cards
This fall, we’re back to school and back to mapping school grades after a two-year hiatus. Former features on Consider It Mapped covered grades from the 2013-14, 2014-15, and 2015-16 school years and the...
Friday Institute for Educational Innovation Announces Commitment to Computer Science Education at 2018 CSforALL Summit
The Friday Institute for Educational Innovation announced a commitment today to expand their professional learning programs and their Massive Open Online Courses for Educators as part of the second annual CSforALL Summit. The commitment will reach 500 teachers in 50 North Carolina schools districts and 1,500 educators throughout the US and around the world in 2018-2019.
Senior Faculty Fellow Glenn Kleiman Shares Takeaways From CoSN Delegation Trip
Imagine a place in which... Every child has a constitutional right to a free education in accordance with their ability and special needs, and in which equity is a central...
Michael Bonner Speaks at New Literacies Collaborative Fall Symposium
South Greenville Elementary School teacher Michael Bonner was the featured speaker at this year’s New Literacies Collaborative Fall Symposium on Thursday, September 27, at the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation....