US Supreme Court
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Supreme Court bolsters rights of learning-disabled students

The Supreme Court is bolstering the rights of learning-disabled students in a ruling that requires public schools to offer special education programs that meet higher standards.
2 days ago
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Brunswick, New Hanover school board members among highest paid in state

When it comes to the people you elect to make decisions for your children's education, do you know how much they are compensated for the job?
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Bill hopes to reenact tax free holiday weekend in NC

A bill has been proposed in the senate to bring back a tax free weekend to the state.
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CFCC offering new Coding Course next month

Cape Fear Community College will introduce a new Continuing Education course for students interested in learning basic computer programming skills and problem solving methods.
School testing
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More standardized final exams would go away in House bill

Some North Carolina legislators are advancing a bill that would eliminate more standardized exams for public school students, many of them in high school.
UNC Academic Fraud
1 week ago
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NCAA case tied to UNC’s academic case hits another delay

The NCAA case tied to North Carolina's multi-year academic scandal has hit yet another delay.
1 week ago
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Gov. Cooper discusses key issues while visiting Wilmington

Governor Roy Cooper had a busy day in the Port City Tuesday as he held a roundtable with Wilmington film industry leaders and headlined an event.
Proposed Brunswick Guarantee scholarship program could help community college students
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Brunswick County students can get free tuition at BCC

Brunswick County high school students can go to college for free, thanks to a new scholarship program at Brunswick Community College.