2 months ago
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Health insurance premiums increasing up to 200% for state employees, teachers

Many state employees and teachers will have to pay more for health insurance in a few months -- in some cases, 200 percent more.
4 months ago
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Stuff the Bus is helping students in need get school supplies

Communities in Schools of Cape Fear wrapped up their annual Stuff the Bus campaign this weekend.
4 months ago
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CIS of Brunswick Co. cuts program, school board upset

A program designed to keep at-risk students in school and on the right track is in jeopardy. The non-profit, Communities In Schools, is pulling back some of its resources due to funding cuts and the Brunswick County Board of Education is not happy about it.
7 months ago
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Sen. Michael Lee breaks down HB13 with teachers

Days after helping broker a compromise to ease in new class-size restrictions across North Carolina, state Senator Michael Lee visited a school in the Cape Fear.
9 months ago
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Senator Lee meets with teachers and students at Murray Middle

State Senator Michael Lee was at Murray Middle School Monday talking education.
9 months ago
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‘Teacher Academy’ proposed to pay teachers extra 4 weeks for planning

Teachers in Brunswick County could soon have the option for more planning time and more money for it.
9 months ago
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Cooper: Budget proposal will have 5% teacher pay raises

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper says his upcoming two-year budget proposal will contain sizeable pay raises for teachers as part of his effort to get their salaries up to the national average by the early 2020s.
10 months ago
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Wilmington students look back at old memories inside time capsule

The students were 5th graders when they created the capsule, which contained treasured items, noteworthy news clippings, and classroom posters.
11 months ago
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Teachers talk priorities during luncheon

Principals, teachers, and state legislators break bread while tackling the big issues in the classroom across New Hanover County.
1 year ago
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Teachers critical of Gov. McCrory to issue ‘report card’

North Carolina's traditional school year is over, so some teachers say it's time Gov. Pat McCrory gets graded for his performance on public education and other issues.