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2-pronged approach to high school math clears Senate

The North Carolina General Assembly is poised to offer high school math students two pathways to graduate in response to families who have complained the multistate Common Core standards are confusing and overly complicated.
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2 months ago
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Algebra, geometry classes might return to public schools

North Carolina schools could be required to offer traditional high-school level mathematics classes while continuing newer "integrated" classes that arrived with Common Core.
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3 months ago
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Math scores slip, reading flat for nation’s 12th-graders

Only about a third of the nation's high school seniors are prepared for the academic challenges of entry-level college math and reading courses.
Female meteorologists dress alike to raise awareness for STEM. (Photo: Julia Weiden)
5 months ago
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Female meteorologists wear ‘the dress’ to raise awareness for STEM

Female meteorologists dress alike to raise awareness for STEM.
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9 months ago
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Parents voice concerns about proposed Spanish Immersion school change

School leaders presented the plan to parents and teachers at Gregory.
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9 months ago
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Students explore STEM studies

STEM is a nationwide push to focus more on science, technology, engineering and math field of study and careers.
NC SAT scores slightly higher, below national rate
2 years ago
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NC SAT scores slightly higher, below national rate

Average scores for public school seniors taking the SAT rose two points in 2014, but their overall scores were slightly below the national average. A statement from the N.C. Department of Public Instruction on Tuesday said the state's critical reading score of 499 surpassed the nation's reading score of 497.
Five highlights on NC child health in new report
2 years ago
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Five highlights on NC child health in new report

According to a new report, children in North Carolina are healthier and better at math and reading than they were nearly a decade ago. The Kids Count report is created by the Annie E. Casey foundation, a philanthropy and research organization based in Baltimore.
STEM activity day exposes kids to science
3 years ago
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STEM activity day exposes kids to science

Science surrounds us every day, and the City of Wilmington Parks and Recreation department wants kids to explore it.
Students show skills in Science Olympiad
4 years ago
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Students show skills in Science Olympiad

Elementary students from all over the Cape Fear put on their thinking caps and got to work this weekend.