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RALEIGH — North Carolina’s largest teacher organization is suing to kill a program helping low-income families send their children to private schools.

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HAMLET — The Richmond County Board of Education on Thursday approved the hires of four more new teachers for the upcoming school year.

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ROCKINGHAM —  Students could be back in school next month, depending on what the Richmond County Board of Education decides.

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RALEIGH — Gov. Roy Cooper was vague in explaining why he delayed an announcement about how and when schools will start classes.

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RALEIGH — People are scratching their heads over the state’s health guidance about how schools can safely reopen.

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RALEIGH — The Office of Special Education Programs is hosting the first in a series of webinars focused on ready-to-use resources, tools, and practices from OSEP-funded grantees to support the educational, developmental, and social/emotional and behavioral needs of infants, toddlers, children, and youth with disabilities through remote and distance learning.

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In March, education in North Carolina changed drastically and swiftly for both students and educators. During an unprecedented time, support for students and teachers would be paramount.

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RALEIGH — A wing of the N.C. Association of Educators wants to move the organization in a more left-leaning, radical direction.

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RALEIGH — As the Innovative School District’s first and only school, Southside Ashpole Elementary has a lot to live up to in terms of academic progress. An early evaluation of the inaugural school shows much work is needed.

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WADESBORO — Time is running out for local K-12 teachers to apply for grants of up to $2,000 from Pee Dee Electric through the Bright Ideas Education Grant Program.

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