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NC college's students propose fee increase

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While many college students in North Carolina have protested the rising cost of higher education, students at Guilford College are saying they should pay more. Full story...
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UNC offers admission to 7,571 first-year students from a record 29,486 applicants

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The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Office of Undergraduate Admissions has offered admission to 7,571 outstanding first-year students. The admitted candidates were chosen from a record 29,486 applicants-an increase of 24 percent over last year and 47 percent over five years ago. Full story...
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Brunswick County Board of Education votes to return schools to traditional start schedule

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Brunswick County Schools are going back to the future for next year's school schedule. During Tuesday night's Board of Education meeting, members voted 3-2 to return all schools to a traditional start schedule during the 2012-13 school year. It is anticipated the start time for all schools will return to 8 a.m. Full story...
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Poll: Disappointing marks for N.C. public schools

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North Carolinians are unhappy with their public schools. According to a monthly poll by the Civitas Institute, more than half (52 percent) of respondents rated North Carolina’s public school system as “Only fair” (37 percent) or “Poor” (15percent). Full story...
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Mega Millions ticket sales boost earnings for state education

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Mega Millions players trying their luck at the biggest jackpot ever led to the N.C. Education Lottery, on its sixth anniversary, recording its highest day of sales ever. Full story...
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New CFCC parking deck is also art gallery

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Students will see than cars in Cape Fear Community College's new parking deck. They can also check out a new art gallery. Full story...
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School district says despite recent staff arrests, students safe at school

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video An Ashley High School teachers assistant is out of jail after being charged with indecent liberties with a 17-year-old girl. He's the second TA at a New Hanover County High School charged with a crime against a student this month. Full story...
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McCrory unveils NC public education platform

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Pat McCrory's roadmap for public school improvements if he's elected North Carolina governor includes familiar stops from his 2008 campaign and builds on current initiatives. Full story...
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Michelle Obama to speak at NC A&T graduation

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Michelle Obama will speak at three college graduation ceremonies this spring, including two in key general election battleground states. Full story...
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CCHS Celebrates New Construction

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Today marks a big day as Coastal Christian High School welcomes the trucks bearing the pre-engineered metal pieces that together will form the building that will be CCHS's new home. Full story...
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