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African-American literature comes to Prep

    African-American literature comes to Prep

Seniors at Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy (WSPA) have the opportunity to take an English course that is unlike anything else being taught in the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School district. If you were

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QEA’s Got Talent

    QEA’s Got Talent

Quality Education Academy (QEA) had its first talent show in over a decade.

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Smart Start launches Imagination Library

    Smart Start launches Imagination Library

Lawmakers agreed to spend more than $10 million to bring the program to N.C. Smart Start of Forsyth County Inc. (SSFC), has announced the arrival of a new program that

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9th Wonder donates beat lab to Reynolds

    9th Wonder donates beat lab to Reynolds

Grammy nominated music producer 9th Wonder is looking to inspire the next generation of beat makers right here in Forsyth County. Just ahead of the holiday season, he donated a

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Students score big on production of GOAL!

  Students score big on production of GOAL!

While celebrating the world’s most popular sport, the play written by John Jacobson and John Higgins also teaches students about good sportsmanship, setting goals, and being a part of a team.

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Hidden No More tour makes a stop at WSSU

  Hidden No More tour makes a stop at WSSU

In the 1960s when Katherine Goble Johnson, Mary Jackson, and Dorothy Vaughn played major roles in the early stages of

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NCDP African-American caucus gearing up for 2018 elections

  NCDP African-American caucus gearing up for 2018 elections

As with Tuesday special election vote in Alabama, or the 2016 presidential and gubernatorial contests in North Carolina, the black

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Reynolda House gains grant to help diverse student population

  Reynolda House gains grant to help diverse student population

Reynolda House Museum of American Art is the recipient of a three-year grant to advance diversity in the art museum

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School Report Cards website updated

  School Report Cards website updated

Earlier this week, N.C. Superintendent of Public Education Mark Johnson unveiled the state’s redesigned School Report Cards website.

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Educators, students hold forum on institutional racism

  Educators, students hold forum on institutional racism

On Thursday, Nov. 16 nearly two dozen students, teachers, administrators and other members of the community came together to discuss

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