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NC watchdog agency critiques teacher diversity efforts

The North Carolina legislature’s government watchdog agency says the state lacks robust and specific statewide efforts to ensure greater racial and ethnic diversity among teachers in public schools.

NYC teachers union will block school reopening

The return of public school students to classrooms was delayed from Sept. 10 to Sept. 21 so coronavirus safety precautions could be worked on further.

Number of teachers of color disproportionate to students of color in North Carolina

Our affiliate station WTVD uncovered minority teachers are underrepresented in North Carolina.

‘We won’t get to say goodbye’: Teachers react to Gov. Cooper’s remote learning extension

The new reality is setting in for teachers and parents - North Carolina schools will remain closed and students will continue remote learning for the remainder of the school year.

Area teachers cheer up students with parade during coronavirus closure

We've seen the good, the bad and the ugly already during the global coronavirus pandemic. Mark this under the good category!

Teachers across NC consider extended walkout in new survey

Teachers across North Carolina said they are angry about the lack of funding for education in the state.

North Carolina group gauges teachers’ support for strike

The North Carolina Association of Educators wants to know how long teachers would stay out of the classroom to get the pay raises and benefits that they want.

Two chemistry professors accused of making meth

Two Arkansas college chemistry professors have been arrested on charges of making meth, in an apparent case of life imitating art.

VIDEO: Former substitute teacher seen punching student now faces charges

A former substitute teacher is facing charges after cell phone video emerged apparently showing her repeatedly punching a 16-year-old student with special needs at Lehman High School in Kyle, Texas, outside Austin.

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Dozens of area deputies travel to DC for inauguration security

As the inauguration is set to take place Wednesday, dozens of local law enforcement will be at the nation's capital to assist with security efforts.

Future of downtown confederate statue bases remain uncertain

More than half a year after confederate statues were taken down in Wilmington, their future, and that of the bases they were attached to, remain uncertain. 

Two NC lawmakers who contract COVID were on same hunting trip

Senate Rules Committee Chairman Bill Rabon of Brunswick County has tested positive for COVID-19, according to his office.

Portion of Wrightsville Ave. closed for emergency sewer repair

A portion of Wrightsville Avenue closed to traffic on Tuesday so crews could make an emergency sewer repair.