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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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Ministers’ Conference prepares for MLK scholarships

    Ministers’ Conference prepares for MLK scholarships

It has been a mission for the conference to invest in the lives of the local youth for many years now.  Hundreds of students have benefited from the scholarships over the years.

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Equity v. Equality Giving Students the Tools They Need to Succeed

    Equity v. Equality Giving Students the Tools They Need to Succeed

Equity v. Equality Giving Students the Tools They Need to Succeed

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Commentary: FAST help for N.C. School districts hit by Florence

    Commentary: FAST help for N.C. School districts hit by Florence

Commentary: FAST help for N.C. School districts hit by Florence

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Local Sorority presents school supplies to new teachers

    Local Sorority presents school supplies to new teachers

The National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa Inc., recently presented school supplies to new teachers.

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Community gearing up for back-to-school giveaways

    Community gearing up for back-to-school giveaways

Community groups, nonprofits, churches and other organizations across the community are gearing up for their back-to-school giveaways. 

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Program hosts first summer math camp

    Program hosts first summer math camp

 This year the AAMPED program is making sure young men in the community are staying sharp during summer break with its first Math I Camp.

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New math program headed to Carver

    New math program headed to Carver

Carver High School is looking to adopt a new educational model that uses technology to accelerate learning.

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Governor gets education bill to help low-income students

    Governor gets education bill to help low-income students

The North Carolina House of Representatives gave final legislative approval on Thursday, June 14, to a bill that ensures low-income students have access to advanced courses. 

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First Waughtown celebrates College Day

    First Waughtown celebrates College Day

First Waughtown Baptist Church (FWBC) honored 13 high school and college graduates 2018 during its annual College Day service last Sunday.

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