North Carolina Sets Oct. 31 Continuing Education Deadline After COVID Delay

All licensed insurance producers and adjusters operating in North Carolina with a continuing education compliance period that ended in February, March, April, May and June 2020 must complete the state mandated CE requirements by Oct. 31, 2020 or face having their license expire, according to a bulletin from the North Carolina Department of Insurance (NCDOI).

For those with a compliance period that ends in July, August, September, October and November 2020, an extension will be granted through Dec. 31, 2020 in order to meet the state mandated CE requirements. If the CE requirements are not met by December 31, 2020, licenses will expire.

Each licensees CE deadline month is based on birth date and the requirements also include North Carolina nonresident adjusters with NC as the Designated Home State (DHS).

The CE deadline for North Carolina producers and adjusters, including nonresident adjusters with North Carolina as the designated home state

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Deadline Wednesday for DPS middle, high school students to turn in learning preferences

DENVER, Colo. (KDVR) — Middle and high school students in Denver Public Schools must notify the district by the end of the day Wednesday if they want to enroll in DPS’s hybrid learning model or continue with remote learning through the remainder of the semester.

Secondary students who opt for the hybrid model will have a blend of in-person and remote learning beginning Oct. 21.

Elementary students will return for 100 percent in-person learning. DPS said 30 percent of families opted to continue with remote learning. Elementary students who opted for in-person learning will be phased in, with kindergarteners and some first graders starting the week of September 28. All elementary students will be in class by Oct. 21.

The district said the decision families make on their learning preference is final and binding through the end of the first semester. If a family’s circumstances change, they can contact their

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