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North Carolina schools to make safety available to students

North Carolina middle and high school students soon will have a new way to anonymously report safety threats when they return to classes.

North Carolina teachers plan new rally to press demands

North Carolina teachers didn't win the pay increases and other changes they sought last year, despite a rally that brought 20,000 people to the capital so they're marching again Wednesday.

NC schools receive $2M federal grant for hurricane recovery

State superintendent has announced North Carolina is receiving a $2 million grant to aid in continued hurricane Florence and Michael recovery efforts for area schools.

Could upcoming teacher rally affect your student’s classtime?

It's almost that time of year again. On May 1, teachers around the state plan to rally in Raleigh.

Republicans back $400 in supply money for school teachers

Republican lawmakers and Superintendent Mark Johnson announced a bill Wednesday morning that would give each licensed teacher in North Carolina $400 for school supplies.

NC Schools Superintendent salutes local educational heroes

Six months past Hurricane Florence, North Carolina State Superintendent Mark Johnson is still touring schools impacted by the hurricane and thanking local heroes in education.

North Carolina speaker, schools chief pitching bond question

A top North Carolina lawmaker and an education leader are starting to make their pitch for the General Assembly to approve a nearly $2 billion public education construction bond referendum.

Kids begin to return to class in Pender County, some schools still need repairs

After more than a month, some students finally returned to school in Pender County Monday morning.

Emergency bill proposed for students, teachers in wake of hurricane Florence

A bill to be introduced in the General Assembly could ease the strain on schools, students and teachers affected by Hurricane Florence for going on two weeks now.

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