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Anne Lamott visits Hickory

“Start. Just start. You have a great story inside of you that needs to be shared with the world.” Noted...

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Small acts can make a big difference

On a beautiful, unexpectedly sunny Saturday in Raleigh, more than two dozen individuals crowded into a room in the Hunt...

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Introducing a community to Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)

The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Summit, hosted by the Mountain Area Health Education Center (MAHEC) in Asheville, was a game...

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Restoring pride in Tarboro

As you walk up the sidewalk to the doors of Martin Millennium Academy in Tarboro, flags of countries from around...

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The Food Ark brings hope

Last week, groups from across the Triangle region pitched their idea for the Jamie Kirk Hahn Foundation Fresh Food Challenge....

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Everyday heroes work on planting seeds for the future

Millions of North Carolinians interact with our education system every day. Parents, educators, staff, administrators, students. It is a complex...

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Building a trauma sensitive approach

This is my first year out of graduate school. I landed a job as case manager at the Cabarrus Health...

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Bravery and resilience

The concept of resilience has been discussed more often in education circles of late as policymakers and others pay more...

 

Raleigh Reads

The sound of hammers and saws echoed down the hall of Exploris School in Raleigh last Thursday, but it wasn’t...

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John Kasich’s advice for North Carolinians

Last week, Donald Trump and Senator Bernie Sanders won the New Hampshire primary. Both results would have been a major...

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Working together is the North Carolina way

Traveling the state visiting a variety of school districts and other organizations will reveal a range of themes. We have written...

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What we carry

Last week I sat across a coffee shop table from a bright young program coordinator for a public health department in...