Education

‘We have to be deliberate about closing these gaps’

    ‘We have to be deliberate about closing these gaps’

Rep. Terry analyzes state of education at forum Rep. Evelyn Terry has never been one to pull punches when sharing her opinion, and last week was no different when she

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WFU chemistry majors teach students science basics

    WFU chemistry majors teach students science basics

Students from Speas Global Elementary School last week received a science lesson they will remember for some time, thanks to upperclassmen in Lindsay Comstock-Ferguson’s “Kitchen Chemistry” class at Wake Forest

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GIDE celebrates after school success

    GIDE celebrates after school success

GIDE is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides after-school and summer programs for students. This year the program relocated to 14th Street Community Center.

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WSSU’s Education Department celebrates 125 years

    WSSU’s Education Department celebrates 125 years

Last week thousands of alumni returned to the city to celebrate the legacy of WSSU during Homecoming. And on Thursday, Oct. 26, the Department of Education celebrated 125 years of excellence. During the Educators Endured, Enriched and Embodied Excellence Luncheon

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WSSU alumni nurses receive call to action

  WSSU alumni nurses receive call to action

Not many events during WSSU’s Homecoming were as elegant as the Nurses Gala and Awards ceremony held at the Anderson Center on Thursday Oct. 26.

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School and classroom management strategies are explored

  School and classroom management strategies are explored

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools’ Title I Department and the Beta Lambda Chapter of the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa Inc. sponsored “School Management Strategies and Techniques”.

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WS/FCS Title I Department meets with N.C. Principal of the year

  WS/FCS Title I Department meets with N.C. Principal of the year

The 2017 North Carolina Principal of the Year Jason Griffin shares ideas and techniques with local educators.

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11 WS/FCS seniors are National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists

  11 WS/FCS seniors are National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists

Eleven students in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County high schools have been named National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists for the 2018 Scholarship Program.

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Don’t call it a comeback; Carver High is in Carol Montague-Davis’ DNA

  Don’t call it a comeback; Carver High is in Carol Montague-Davis’ DNA

By Busta Brown The Chronicle This past July, Beverly Emory, superintendent of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools, announced that Carol Montague-Davis will

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Victor Johnson Jr. gains high honor

  Victor Johnson Jr. gains high honor

During the school board meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 10 longtime local educator Victor Johnson Jr. was awarded the highest honor a civilian in the state can receive, The Order of the Long Leaf Pine.

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