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Internships: A short-term investment with long-term value

    Internships: A short-term  investment with long-term value

By John Davenport, Guest Columnist A recent story caught my eye. It addressed the evolution of career and technical education in the local high schools, particularly in the areas of

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Editorial: Midterm ’14

    Editorial: Midterm ’14

(pictured above: Sen. Kay Hagan casts her ballot on Oct. 24 during the early voting period in Guilford County.) Voters – 1, Prognosticators – 0. Early figures show that Midterm voter

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Candidates stress turnout, registration

    Candidates stress turnout, registration

Midterm elections tend to have far less voter turnout than presidential ones, but they can have just as big of an effect. In the 2010 midterms, Democrats suffered greatly, losing

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Candidates have their say

    Candidates have their say

Democratic Party forum features School Board hopefuls (pictured above: Deanna Taylor speaks passionately at the forum.) The Forsyth County Democratic Party hosted a forum for School Board candidates Tuesday at

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School Board hopefuls emerge

    School Board hopefuls emerge

Democrat Deanna Taylor has announced her intentions to run for one of the two School Board District I seats up

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Business owners asked to support new concept

    Business owners asked to support new concept

The Downtown Winston-Salem Partnership is gauging public opinion about its proposed Downtown Business Improvement District. The district would cover roughly

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The Things to Come

    The Things to Come

Science-minded students treated to special career fair Students at Atkins Academic and Technology High School were shown the opportunities that

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Carver High testing single-gender classes

    Carver High testing  single-gender classes

It could be said that Daniel Piggott Jr.’s common core algebra class is a boys’ club, and that’s the way

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New superintendent brings some baggage

    New superintendent brings some baggage

By the time Dr. Beverly Emory takes office as Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools’ new superintendent in July, she will likely already

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Federal cuts could hit students most in need

    Federal cuts could hit students most in need

The federal sequestration, or across the board budget cuts, that went into effect on March 1 will have substantial impact

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