Education reformers have made great strides in North Carolina in recent years. They still have plenty of opportunities to improve traditional public schools and offer parents additional school choice. Terry Stoops outlines those opportunities during the next edition of Carolina Journal Radio.

Julie Tisdale explains why Wake County voters should be wary about a proposal to raise the local sales tax to fund a $2.3 billion transit plan. International trade attorney and Cato Institute scholar Scott Lincicome combats anti-trade rhetoric from the presidential election campaign.

Plus you’ll hear highlights from recent legislative discussions about fighting gang activity in North Carolina and tweaking the funding formula for the state’s community colleges.