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Lawmakers make modest education recommendations
Thursday, January 15, 2015
A state legislative committee tasked with making recommendations to the General Assembly on how to improve public education in North Carolina issued a modest report last week, proposing more flexibility for local school districts in implementing third-grade reading requirements and taking a hands-off approach, at least for now, in ensuring the viability of
 
Know Your Neighbor: The fusion fitness female
Thursday, January 15, 2015
Jelyse Dawson is what you may call a “renaissance woman,” as the term is usually reserved for those with many interests and talents. However, it wasn’t until she realized how much fitness and wellness could impact people’s lives that she decided this was the journey for her. Dawson grew up in Wake County. A star student, she also
 
Superintendents unveil guide to strengthen public schools
Thursday, January 15, 2015
RALEIGH – Dozens of superintendents stood together at the Raleigh Convention Center in support of the newly unveiled North Carolina Guide to Strengthening Our Public Schools. The guide outlines priorities for enriching the public school system for all pre-K through 12th-grade students across the state. It outlines six specific student-centered goals
 
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Oberlin Cemetery video premiere

Produced by William Gadson, the video includes

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Open House Bus Trip

An open house bus trip for high school students

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Quasquicentennial Celebration

St. Mark's Quasquicentennial Celebration

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Cardiac Eagles keep on winning

Hampton women saw their three-year MEAC unbeaten streak ended by Savannah State. The

My Brother’s Keeper hosts youth summit

DURHAM – “We are inevitably our brother’s keeper because we are our

Organization helps Durham get ‘REAL’ about poverty

DURHAM – According to census.gov information from 2009-13, over 18 percent of Durham