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Parents, others question ‘low-performing’ schools label

    Parents, others question ‘low-performing’ schools label

Emory and Gordon By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle  Educators in Forsyth County are not happy about the plan of action laid out by the Board of Education to improve the

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Budget keeps TAs, but critics say education still underfunded

    Budget keeps TAs, but critics say education still underfunded

photo above: Gov. Pat McCory Historic preservation and film credits return and a new service tax is added after long legislative battles By Todd Luck The Chronicle On Friday, Gov. Pat

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The parental component in a child’s education is mandatory

    The parental component  in a child’s education is mandatory

James B. Ewers Jr. Guest Columnist The educational pursuits of students seem to be on everyone’s radar screen. Currently, one of the debates is about Common Core and whether that

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Phi Delta Kappa Inc. Sorority celebrates 92nd anniversary conclave

    Phi Delta Kappa Inc. Sorority celebrates 92nd anniversary conclave

In above photo: Charlotte M. Williams Special to The Chronicle The National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc., a professional organization of women in the field of education, will hold

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COMMENTARY: Solutions to problems summer can bring for students and parents

    COMMENTARY: Solutions to problems summer  can bring for students and parents

By James J. Hankins Here are some of the problems that can be solved with summer educational plans for students

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Is racism America’s Berlin Wall? Question tackled at MLK Jr. Day breakfast

    Is racism America’s Berlin Wall? Question tackled at MLK Jr. Day breakfast

In photo: Cindy Smith Gordineer, president and CEO of the United Way of Forsyth County, and Winston-Salem Mayor Allen Joines listen

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Bumphus inspires area educators

    Bumphus inspires area educators

(pictured above: Dr. Walter Bumphus speaks.) Born into a family of 10 children with parents who didn’t finish high school, Dr.

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Analysis finds successful colleges for graduating low-income black students

    Analysis finds successful colleges for graduating low-income black students

Winston-Salem State University makes auxiliary list We name 23 schools that have shown great success at graduating more than 50

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‘A Time to Kill’ sparks discussion of race and justice

    ‘A Time to Kill’ sparks  discussion of race and justice

(pictured above:  Derrick Parker (left) and Brain Joyce on stage in ‘A Time to Kill.’) “Do you think we live

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Spaulding already stumping for ’16

    Spaulding already stumping for ’16

(pictured above:  Ken Spaulding speaks in Winston-Salem last week.) North Carolinians won’t decide if they want to keep the governor

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