Education

Students learn what knot to do

    Students learn what knot to do

Earlier this week he AAMPED (African-American Males Pursuing Education Dreams) program hosted the first-ever Guys with Ties Night.

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Carter G. Woodson Charter School ask for public support in its fight over renewal terms

    Carter G. Woodson Charter School ask for public support in its fight over renewal terms

Carter G. Woodson School is asking the public to attend a meeting at the High Point Courthouse, Martin Courtroom, 4th floor, 505 E. Green Drive, on Feb. 18-22 at 10 a.m. as they bring a lawsuit against the N.C. State Board of Education and its advisory board.

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Judge Camille Banks-Prince visits students at Ashley Elementary

    Judge Camille Banks-Prince visits students at Ashley Elementary

Last week Judge Camille Banks-Prince stopped by Ashley Elementary School to talk about her journey to become a Forsyth County District Court Judge.

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WS/FCS Superintendent Beverly Emory Resigns to Accept NCDPI Leadership Position 

    WS/FCS Superintendent Beverly Emory Resigns to Accept NCDPI Leadership Position 

WS/FCS Superintendent Dr. Beverly Emory tendered her resignation to the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Board of Education this afternoon during a special called meeting.

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Forsyth Tech announces Torry L. Reynolds, Ph.D. as Dean of Math, Science and Technologies division

  Forsyth Tech announces Torry L. Reynolds, Ph.D. as Dean of Math, Science and Technologies division

Forsyth Technical Community College has announced the promotion of Torry L. Reynolds, Ph.D. to Dean of Math, Science and Technologies (MST) division.

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Holding schools accountable creates the most growth for minority kids

  Holding schools accountable creates the most growth for minority kids

Accountability is hard but necessary. There are approximately 2,600 public schools in North Carolina. Of those, 483 are low performing.

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Donors Attempt to Save Bennett College by Friday’s Deadline

  Donors Attempt to Save Bennett College by Friday’s Deadline

A drive to help raise $5 million and save the accreditation of Bennett College received a boost this week as donations began to pour in ahead of the Friday, Feb. 1 deadline.

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Fraternity donates to Bennett College

  Fraternity donates to Bennett College

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., the nation’s oldest African-American fraternity, donated $31,000 to Bennett College on Jan. 19.

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Local student set to play at Carnegie Hall

  Local student set to play at Carnegie Hall

Next month Isaac Cooper, a senior at Reynolds High School, will have the opportunity of a lifetime when he performs with students from around the world at Carnegie Hall. 

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WS/FCS holds district wide science fairs

  WS/FCS holds district wide science fairs

Some of the most inquisitive young minds in our area raised some interesting questions last week as dozens of students came together for the annual district-wide science fairs.

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