The North Carolina General Assembly has passed legislation that would allow Wayne County Public Schools to keep a low-performing elementary school instead of turning it over to state control in the Innovative School District.
More than 100 former and current UNC-Chapel Hill student-athletes have signed an open letter condemning the university’s recent proposal to put the Silent Sam statue in a new $5.3 million building on campus.
UNC teaching assistants and instructors are on strike, withholding over 2,200 student grades, over proposal to put Silent Sam Confederate statue in an university history center. Faculty signed a letter of support.
The Durham, Orange and Chapel Hill-Carrboro school systems were the first ones in the Triangle to announce they’d remain closed for students on Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2018, due to the lingering effects of the snow storm.
The federal government has issued new guidance on how states should administer funds for adult education. In North Carolina, the changes left five community colleges and six nonprofits, including the Durham Literacy Center, without federal funding.
The Wake County school system engaged in a lengthy thread on how it decides to cancel classes for inclement winter weather and why a countywide district is best for education and promoting diverse, integrated schools.
North Carolina school systems across the state — including in the Triangle — delayed or canceled school on Monday, Dec. 9, 2018 because of a winter storm that dropped inches of snow, sleet and freezing rain.
N.C. House Rep. H.M. “Mickey” Michaux Jr. told N.C. Central University’s December graduates to pursue Martin Luther King Jr’s dream of equality.Approximately 639 NCCU graduates, including 465 undergraduates
Parents in Glenwood Elementary School’s Mandarin-language tract urge the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education not to delay making the North Carolina school a Mandarin dual-language magnet program.