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Schools stave off loneliness, ISD sets sights on Goldsboro, and more

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The fight/partnership for $15: How business and labor work together

“A thriving middle class is good for America. It’s good for labor, it’s good for business, it’s good for government.”...

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Real College students share stories of poverty

Mariá Paz never thought she would visit a food pantry. She had a degree and a full-time job working at...

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Governor’s commission discusses principal pipeline

On Tuesday, the Governor’s Commission on Access to Sound Basic Education convened in Fayetteville to consider the role that principals...

Perspective

Corporal punishment in NC: The end is near

School bells will soon ring in the new academic year for most of North Carolina’s children. For the first time...

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A mix of students and a strong network of organizations at Craven Community College

If there’s one word that Craven Community College President Ray Staats would choose to describe the college’s work in the...