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UNC panel recommends 8.8 percent tuition increase

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A University of North Carolina Board of Governors committee has recommended a proposal that would see college costs rise by more than $400 per student on average. Full story...
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Virgo to reopen with new plan, vision

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video D.C. Virgo Middle School will once again open its doors, but not in a way administrators planned. Recently, the state denied the school's application for charter status, so the school will be a public school, with a twist. Full story...
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School board defends seclusion rooms, reopens Virgo

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video As a parent, no one wants to have their child locked in a seclusion room, while intended for the child’s safety, the rooms can be frightening. Full story...
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UNCW named 'Best Value'

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For the fourth consecutive year, Princeton Review has named UNCW one of the nation's "Best Value" public colleges and universities. Full story...
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CFCC offers short sessions for students who couldn't get classes

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Good news for students who missed the opportunity to register for classes at Cape Fear Community College. CFCC is offering two special mini-sessions for this spring semester. Full story...
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Friends School of Wilmington announces new Head of School

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The Friends School of Wilmington recently announced the hiring of Brenda Esch Boggess to serve as the new Head of School effective July 1, 2012. Full story...
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'Best value' colleges: Some have high price tags

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The latest list of America's "best value" colleges includes several with the highest sticker prices in the nation, according to a new ranking released Monday. Full story...
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New Hanover County Schools announces 2012 Science Fair winners

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The New Hanover County Science Fair was held on Thursday, January 26, 2012 on the campus of Murray Middle School. Nearly two hundred students in grades 3-12 participated. Full story...
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New Hanover Co. drop-out rate drops

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video More New Hanover County students are staying in school instead of dropping out. The school district says the 23.4 percent decrease in the overall dropout rate is a big step in the right direction. Full story...
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