Listeners of WUNC Radio’s “The State of Things” will hear today from John Locke Foundation Vice President for Outreach Becki Gray. She’s slated to take part in a “conservative roundtable” discussion. Gray continues twice-weekly Raleigh updates for WTSB Radio listeners, and she discussed the recent legislative session during a speech this week to the Holly Springs Rotary Club.
WTKF’s “Viewpoints Radio” program featured Director of Research and Education Studies Terry Stoops this week. Stoops discussed the N.C. School Boards Association’s decision to set up a new political advocacy group. Stoops discussed teacher turnover and public education jobs in an interview this morning for Talk Radio WPTF.
News 14 Carolina interviewed Director of Communications Mitch Kokai for the statewide “Capital Tonight” program on Gov. Pat McCrory’s recent comments about ill-informed coverage from Raleigh-based media outlets. Kokai discussed the week’s top state government news during his latest appearance with Curtis Wright on WMYT Radio. Kokai joined Research Publications Coordinator Julie Gilstrap for a public presentation about the John Locke Foundation to the West Raleigh Rotary Club.
The Cherokee Scout promoted N.C. Education Alliance Director Lindalyn Kakadelis‘ upcoming Sept. 12 speech in Brasstown on concerns surrounding Common Core public school standards. Kakadelis also previewed the presentation during an interview with Steve Higdon on WJRB Radio.