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Belville Elementary gets grant to buy smart boards for classrooms

Belville Elementary in Brunswick County will be able to increase technology used in the classroom thanks to a big grant.
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Bill with class fix, items aimed at Gov. Cooper to become law

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper announced Wednesday that a bill on his desk fixing an upcoming public school class-size dilemma and expanding fully pre-kindergarten for at-risk children will become law next month.

Former preschool assistant charged with sex crimes involving children

A man who spent nearly a decade working with kids is charged with sex crimes involving children.

NC school pulls controversial worksheet asking kindergartners to circle ‘fat’ child

A Cabarrus County mother is upset over a worksheet assigned to her kindergartner, claiming it will give children the wrong message.

Lawmakers pass class-size bill, leave it on Cooper’s desk

A proposed solution to a North Carolina public school class-size crunch received final legislative approval Tuesday, with most House Democrats backing the Republican bill despite unrelated provisions within it that target Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper.

Florida bill would let bullied students go to private school

The Florida Legislature is considering a proposal that would give parents the option to send their child to a state-funded private school designed specifically for children who say they have been bullied.

‘No One Eats Alone’: School leaders and lawmakers work to fight bullying

No one eats alone. That is the goal at schools across the nation as part of an anti-bullying campaign.

Man wanted after report of attempted robbery, assault on college campus

Columbus County Sheriff deputies are searching for the man they say assaulted a Southeastern Community College employee while trying to rob her Thursday morning.

Proposed bill phases in smaller class sizes, removes Pre-K waiting list

School districts across the state will have a little longer to reduce classroom sizes for grades K-3, under a new bill announced this afternoon.

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