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Edgecombe County starts to think beyond school walls

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EdTalk Podcast

15: Former Charlotte Mayor Richard Vinroot on school choice

It’s National School Choice Week, and in our latest episode of EdTalk, we discussed school choice with Republican Richard Vinroot, an attorney, former Charlotte mayor, and one of the founders of Sugar Creek Charter School in Charlotte.  In the talk, he touches on misperceptions about charter schools, the importance of school choice in making all educational options better, and the future of choice in North Carolina. … Listen now »

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North Carolina’s teacher and student demographics

In the lead-up to this year’s election, demographics — gender, race, and ethnicity — have been a big part of the conversation; these factors often impact opinions about issues and, ultimately, the way that people vote. It sometimes feels like you can’t turn on the news today without hearing a story connected to race and/or gender.… Full story »

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Governor Cooper announces teacher salary increase plan to reach national average

Attitude is everything as LHS students prepare for ACT

Asheville City Schools Foundation teacher grants — supporting teachers and students

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