NC Superintendent of Public Administration June Atkinson (Photo: Hannah Patrick/WWAY)
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NC superintendent visits New Hanover County

Retired educators in New Hanover County got a chance to listen and talk to the state superintendent today.
New Surf City Elementary School (Photo: Pender County Schools)
19 hours ago
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Pender Co. commission to hold special meeting on school bond

The Pender County Board of Commissioners will hold a special meeting this week to discuss the $75 million school bond passed by voters in 2014.
Chief Thomas Frost (Photo: Dennis Chinn)
2 days ago
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Suspended Ashley JROTC instructor returns to work

Chief Thomas Frost, the Ashley High School JROTC instructor placed on paid administrative leave after making a comment on social media that some deemed racist, returned to work last week according to a district spokeswoman.
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2 days ago
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NC ranked among worst states for teachers by WalletHub study

North Carolina is ranked the 8th Worst state for teachers, according to WalletHub survey.
Miller Motte (Photo: Taylor Yakowenko/WWAY)
5 days ago
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Miller Motte says business as usual despite accreditor concerns

The United States Department of Education has cut ties with the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools. ACICS is the accreditor for Miller Motte College here in Wilmington.
Foundation Board President Butch Hooks, Board of Trustees Chair Henry Edmund, President Dr. Tony Clarke, Whiteville City Schools Superintendent Charles Garland, Columbus County Schools Superintendent Alan Faulk, and Foundation Board Members Doris Dees   (Photo: Southeastern Community College)
5 days ago
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SCC offering free scholarships to Columbus County students

Free college tuition for two years? That's what Southeastern Community College is offering to all high school students in Columbus County.
6 days ago
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US government severs ties with accreditor of for-profit colleges

The Education Department is withdrawing recognition of the nation's largest accreditor of for-profit colleges, a decision that could force schools to close and threaten financial aid to hundreds of thousands of students.
More than 100 instruments were donated to D.C. Virgo by National Pawn (Photo: Sarah Johnson/WWAY)
2 weeks ago
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More than 100 instruments donated to D.C. Virgo

Students at D.C. Virgo have some new band instruments thanks to a generous donation.