From The Daily Reflector, January 28, 2019
A public-private educational partnership will augment mathematics instruction at North Pitt High School this semester as part of a project to partner remote expertise with teachers on site at schools statewide.
The College Board and the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics are partnering with Chapel Hill-based Public Impact to reach rural North Carolina school districts with excellent NCSSM teachers, the partnership announced last week. The pilot project will focus on precalculus courses through June.
The effort will partner NCSSM teacher Maria Hernandez with North Pitt’s Sarah Donaldson as well as teachers at three other schools: Stanford Wickham at Vance County High School; Jocelyn Thammavong and Ashley Knox at New Bern High School; and Corrette Miller of Lexington Senior High School. Read the full article…