NC Institute of Political Leadership Graduates 60th Class of Fellows

NC Institute of Political Leadership Graduates 60th Class of Fellows   Pictured:  L-R:  Patricia Sykes, Emily Antoszyk, Tiffani Teachey, Kyshia Lineberger, and Brittany Carroll. Missing: Afrique Kilimanjaro   Greensboro, NC – The North Carolina Institute of Political Leadership graduated its 60th class of Fellows on Friday, May 3, 2019 in the Old Senate Chambers of…

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NC Institute of Political Leadership Graduates 59th Class of Fellows

NC Institute of Political Leadership Graduates 59th Class of Fellows   Pictured:  L-R:  Aaron Kohrs, Julia Robinson, Nathan Click, Kendra Maynard, Phyllis Russell, Tyran Hill, and Paul Packard   Greensboro, NC – The North Carolina Institute of Political Leadership graduated its 59th class of Fellows on Saturday, December 1, 2018 on the campus of the…

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Former NC Representative Deborah Ross shares actual examples of successes and failures of ethical behavior

NC IOPL Graduates 58th Class of Fellows

  Pictured L-R:  Lauren Pritchett, Maria Cervania, Marvette Coley, James Estes, Winn Decker, Pam Wall, Jessica Kozma Proctor, Alicia Phillip, Trace Larabee, Chaunte Garrett and Katherine Rodgers   Greensboro, NC – The North Carolina Institute of Political Leadership graduated its 58th class of Fellows on Saturday, May 5, 2018 on the campus of the University…

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Opinion: Choice and regulation form spectrum

By: John Hood, Columnist Posted: October 21, 2017 BURLINGTON — Parental choice in education is popular. About a fifth of North Carolina students are educated outside of district-run public schools, and this share will probably grow to a quarter or more in the coming years. The North Carolina Institute of Political Leadership (IOPL), a nonpartisan…

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