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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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Guest Editorial: Superintendent, N.C. board battle should end

    Guest Editorial: Superintendent, N.C. board battle should end

It’s true that Mark Johnson, elected as state superintendent of Public Instruction last year (after serving two years on the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools board), won the office fair and square.

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School board looks to appoint previous member to fill seat

    School board looks to appoint previous member to fill seat

Mark Johnson’s seat will be open  BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  The local school board has begun the process to replace board member Mark Johnson, who defeated incumbent June Atkinson

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School Board freshmen begin their tenures

    School Board freshmen begin their tenures

Photo by Todd Luck  New members (from left) Robert Barr, Lori Goins Clark, Deanna Taylor, Dana Caudill Jones, David Singletary and Mark Johnson. An orientation was held Thursday, Dec. 4

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Winners look ahead

    Winners look ahead

(pictured above: Stacey Rubain (second from right) poses with supporters and friends (from left): Justin Hurie, Renu Syal, Bryan Mosley and

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Hispanic hopefuls in the running

    Hispanic hopefuls in the running

Dominican Republic native German Garcia is aiming to become the first Hispanic American to serve on the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board

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Stage set for election season

    Stage set for election season

The 2014 election season promises to be an interesting one, with major shifts on the horizon for the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County

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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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