11 hours ago
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‘School Choice Week’ kicks off at all girl charter school in Wilmington

"School Choice Week" kicked off today across the country and state educational leaders kicked off their tour today right here in Wilmington.
16 hours ago
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Group seeks to empower students through wilderness trip

"We provide an opportunity, first and foremost, to keep them in school, to keep their grades up, to help them graduate from high school, and hopefully head off to a college or university if that's what they choose to do. We do that just by taking them into wild places," Adair said.
21 hours ago
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Communities in Schools ending before and afterschool childcare

Once the school year ends in June, Communities in Schools will no longer offer Fee-Based Before and Afterschool Childcare or Summer Camp.
NC school board files lawsuit
3 days ago
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SC student arrested for throwing paper airplane at teacher

Teacher Edward McIver told deputies that he was upset after getting hit by the airplane because he recently had had eye surgery.
4 days ago
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NC education law will remain blocked until June trial

A new North Carolina law transferring power away from the State Board of Education to the elected state superintendent will remain blocked for several additional months before a trial this summer over its constitutionality.
4 days ago
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Phony doctor with fake license performs physicals on 100 students

The medical license number provided by the woman proved to be fake. The district set up free new physicals for those who had been examined by her.
4 days ago
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Some schools required to ask parent permission to show Inauguration

In Brunswick county, a school spokeswoman says teachers were instructed to notify parents if they planned to show the Inauguration in class.
5 days ago
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Some North Carolina schools may cut arts, physical education

School systems say they may have to cut arts and physical education in elementary schools this fall if North Carolina lawmakers do not change plans for reducing class sizes.