charterschools
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Report finds handful of charter schools on money watch list

Only about 4 percent of North Carolina's more than 150 charter schools are on a financial watch list tracking taxpayer money going to the non-traditional public schools.
TOTW NOBLES
3 days ago
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Teacher of the Week: Stacey Adam

After teaching for two decades, Stacey Adam says she understands the mind of an 11 year old and finds it exciting. As a sixth grade teacher at Noble Middle School, Ms. Adam says her students are energetic and exciting and eager to learn and that is why she loves coming to work every day.
Saint Mary students celebrate Mardi Gras (Photo: Hannah Patrick/ WWAY)
3 days ago
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Students celebrate Mardi Gras in downtown Wilmington

The students at Saint Mary School in Wilmington celebrated Mardi Gras with a special tradition on Fat Tuesday.
School Bus Safety
3 days ago
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New Hanover Co. Schools to test school bus seat belts

Starting this summer New Hanover County Schools will get five new school buses equipped with seat belts, as part of a state pilot program.
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1 week ago
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Education agency says jobs aren’t restored with other funds

North Carolina's education department says it's cut $2.5 million from its budget and eliminated about 20 positions without tapping into new funds from the legislature earmarked to help early-grade children with reading.
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Enrollment plunges at UNC teacher preparation programs

Enrollment at the 15 University of North Carolina schools of education has plummeted 30 percent since 2010.
Playing fields at South Brunswick Middle School are off limits to students. Photo By: Alexa Block/WWAY
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Brunswick County commissioners allow school funding for coal ash removal

The plan to remove coal ash from the South Brunswick Middle School playing fields is moving forward.
David Eason teaches a class at Laney High School in January 2016. (Photo: Sarah Murphy/WWAY)
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Teacher of the Week: David Eason

Our Teacher of the Week majored in History, and then worked in sales along with coaching sports. But that wasn’t enough for David Eason, he wanted something more.