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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
Likely NC speaker talks honesty, bipartisanship
Friday, January 9, 2015
RALEIGH – Tim Moore has spent almost all his life in Kings Mountain, an old textile town more than 150 miles southwest of Raleigh with perhaps more in common with South Carolina than North Carolina. Its name originates from the Revolutionary War battle just south of the state line. But the small-town attorney never has been too far from the thick of
Bright future for Washington Terrace residents
Friday, January 9, 2015
RALEIGH – Washington Terrace, a well-known affordable housing complex in Southeast Raleigh, looks like any other neighborhood. You can see a little boy walking his dog, neighbors talking outside their homes, and the remnants of holiday decorations on various front doors. Early last year, DHIC Inc. officially purchased the property with a $3 million
WCPSS board discusses strategic plan, enrollment caps
Friday, January 9, 2015
CARY – The Wake County Public Schools System Vision 2020 strategic plan is still in the works as team members continue to iron out details – right down to the wording of certain statements. Board and committee members met Tuesday to discuss the plan during its work session. Also on the agenda were school enrollment caps. Marvin Connelly,
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BOOK: From the slavery era to the technology age

The Willis Handbook: An Intersection of Genealogy, Memoirs & History of a Black American

Atlanta school teacher making the grade

Atlanta native Casey J, currently a Duluth elementary school teacher, is headed to No. 1 on

Tony Evans, others added to summit

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Megachurch pastor Tony Evans and hip-hop artist Trip Lee are among