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Superintendent Mark Johnson addresses state leaders on coronavirus and schools

Superintendent of Public Instruction Mark Johnson addressed the governor and state leaders with an update on coronavirus and schools on...

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March 12, 2020

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President Patricia Skinner says goodbye to Gaston College

Patricia Skinner, the president of Gaston College, recently retired after more than 25 years on the job. EdNC.org sat down...

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Perspective | Civil discourse and ‘the dying art of disagreement’

The following remarks were given by Rep. Craig Horn, R-Union, during the spring 2018 commencement ceremony at South Piedmont Community...

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How the Rowan County Education Collaborative is working to align educational attainment and workforce development

In 2003, Rowan County and surrounding areas lost nearly 5,000 jobs in the largest single-day layoff in North Carolina history...

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‘A collaborative process’ — Advice from one school district on creating a coronavirus preparation plan

We are focusing our coronavirus coverage on impact to North Carolina schools. Click here for the latest updates from the North...

 

Governor Cooper declares State Of Emergency to respond to Coronavirus COVID-19

The following is a press release from Governor Roy Cooper Executive Order No. 116 Can Be Read HERE Governor Roy Cooper took the...

 

Teachers in Craven, Vance, and Johnston Counties awarded professional development grants, Governor Roy Cooper announces

The following is a press release from Governor Roy Cooper Today, Governor Roy Cooper and the North Carolina Business Committee on Education...

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March 11, 2020

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The path from pre-K to kindergarten crosses a great divide — where students can stumble

Jennifer George, a kindergarten teacher at Bailey Elementary in Nash County, has taught for more than two decades in various...

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The importance of high expectations: Phil Javies of Sugar Creek Charter

One Friday morning at Sugar Creek Charter School in Charlotte, a line of seventh graders filed out of the building...

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Perspective | Dare County Schools and Participate Learning launch dual language programs

For the 2019-2020 school year, Dare County launched dual language programs across all of their elementary schools, becoming the first...