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100% participation update

published on 03-22-2018 11:19 AM

One of the goals of the 2018 NC Teacher Working Conditions Survey was to hear from every educator in the state. We would like to congratulate those schools who were first in the state to reach 100% participation. 

To recognize schools with 100 percent participation, the NC Department of Public Instruction partnered with the North Carolina Business Committee for Education (NCBCE) and the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE), to award those schools prizes and monetary incentives. Award presentations will be held at the school and delivered personally by staff at the Department of Public Instruction and its sponsors in May and June.  

The following schools will receive a $1,000 cash prize for being selected as “firsts” in our state:



First elementary school in state to reach 100%

Bruce Drysdale Elementary

Henderson County Schools

First middle school in state to reach 100%

Clarkton School of Discovery Middle

Bladen County Schools

First high school in state to reach 100%

Camden Early College High

Camden County Schools

First charter school in state to reach 100%

FernLeaf Community Charter

Fletcher, NC

First school district in state to reach 100%

Bertie County Schools

Windsor, NC


Special congratulations to each of the LEAs who have reached 100% response rate:


Anson County Schools

Bertie County Schools

Gates County Schools

Madison County Schools

Mount Airy City Schools

Washington County Schools

Weldon City Schools


All schools that have reached 100 percent participation will be entered into a random drawing for the state superintendent and guests to pull from on April 5th. More information will be forthcoming on how you can tune in to witness the drawing live. 

All schools with 100 percent participation as of March 22nd at 9:00am can be found here.

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