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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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School board candidates face public

    School board candidates face public

The Big 4 Alumni Association and the New South Community Coalition invited candidates for the Board of Education to an open forum earlier this week.

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N.C. public schools resegregating, study finds

    N.C. public schools resegregating, study finds

There are more high poverty schools, containing more poor children of color, across North Carolina now, resulting in an alarming resegregation. That is the contention in a new report, “Stymied

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Youth seek support to attend youth leadership conference

    Youth seek support to attend youth leadership conference

The National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc. is a nonprofit organization of professional educators with chapters throughout the United States.

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Ministers’ Conference to raise funds for MLK scholarships

    Ministers’ Conference to raise funds for MLK scholarships

Each year, the Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity (MCWSV) awards scholarships to local high school seniors to assist them with their needs.

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‘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

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Guest Editorial: N.C. misses chance for innovative schools assessment

    Guest Editorial: N.C. misses chance for innovative schools assessment

North Carolina will remain tied to testing as its main evaluation tool.

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Commentary: Why would White House propose $9.2 billion cut in education funding?

    Commentary: Why would White House propose $9.2 billion cut in education funding?

By Charlene Crowell  No one ever said that higher education wouldn’t cost money. Across the country, tuition is steadily rising and

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N.C., local elected officials ponder education solutions

    N.C., local elected officials ponder education solutions

Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE Last Friday afternoon the library at Parkland High School was anything

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Diversity of HBCU speakers in upcoming commencements

    Diversity of HBCU speakers in upcoming commencements

BY CASH MICHAELS  FOR THE CHRONICLE Once again, black families in the Triad and Triangle that have students graduating from

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