6 hours ago
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Senate committees approve compromise for House Bill 13

Republicans have unveiled legislation depicted as a compromise that prevents North Carolina school districts from having to cut supplemental programs to reduce average class sizes in early grades.
Class size
11 hours ago
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NC Senate committee to discuss compromise on K-3 class size limits

There could finally be some movement in the North Carolina Senate on a bill that would ease the burden's of a budget requirement to cap class sizes in kindergarten, first, second and third grade classrooms across the state.
Eaton Elementary Lottery Letter
6 days ago
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Enrollment lottery on standby over classroom size debate

The debate over class-size limits in North Carolina could end access for many children to a year-round school in New Hanover County.
6 days ago
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Appeals court won’t revive lawsuit over UNC sham classes

A state appeals court won't revive a lawsuit by two former athletes who say they were harmed by sham classes at the University of North Carolina.
Bill Dooley
2 weeks ago
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Wilmington Sports Hall announces Coach Bill Dooley Educational Foundation

The Greater Wilmington Sports Hall of Fame made a big announcement today: the creation of the Coach Bill Dooley Education Foundation.
2 weeks ago
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Attorney wants SEC’s Sankey off NCAA panel hearing UNC case

An attorney in North Carolina's ongoing academic scandal wants Southeastern Conference Commissioner Greg Sankey removed as head of the NCAA infractions panel hearing the case because of a conflict of interest.
Terri Cobb
3 weeks ago
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Pender Co. Schools Superintendent Terri Cobb to retire

Pender County's top educator is calling it a career later this year.
3 weeks ago
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Charter Day dress code lawsuit moves forward

A federal judge has ruled that a lawsuit against Charter Day School claiming the school’s dress code discriminates against girls can move forward.