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Commentary: It’s education malpractice not to focus on students

    Commentary: It’s education malpractice not to focus on students

HENRY PANKEY GUEST COLUMNIST “From kindergarten to 12th grade, students attend school 13,000 hours, yet they only receive two days of individualized instruction” (E-Learning 2010: Assessing the Agenda for Change,

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Commentary – College students, take advantage of opportunities

    Commentary – College students, take advantage of opportunities

James B. Ewers Jr. Guest Columnist Recently a colleague and I had a conversation about today’s college students.  We both agreed that there are many more opportunities available to them. 

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For Seniors Only!: Volunteers Needed!

    For Seniors Only!: Volunteers Needed!

Crisis Control Ministry Is Looking for A Few Good Volunteers By Vicki Jones, Director of Community Outreach and Volunteers Clients are turned away every day due to lack of volunteers! Client

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Agencies seek a few good Rams

    Agencies seek a few good Rams

(pictured above:  Ben Tennille from H.O.P.E. of Winston-Salem speaks with Ariyonia McCain.) To help those who are looking to help others, Winston-Salem State University held its annual Fall Student Involvement

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Housing Authority’s Redmon moving on to Wilmington

    Housing Authority’s Redmon moving on to Wilmington

(pictured above: Katrina Redmon has worked at the Winston-Salem Housing Authority since 2006.) Katrina Redmon, the chief development officer and vice

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Schools reduce crime, suspensions

    Schools reduce crime, suspensions

(pictured above:  Lamaya Williams with her sons Ira III, 6 and Issa, almost 2.) Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools has reduced the number

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On the Right Path

    On the Right Path

Three complete juvenile drug treatment program (pictured above: Reclaiming Futures graduate Tamayia Wilson (left) is greeted by Judge Camille Banks-Payne, Sen.

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Delta Chapter turns 75

    Delta Chapter turns 75

(pictured above: Chapter leaders Gladys Wilson, financial secretary, Charette Guthrie, recording secretary, Elizabeth Newton, first vice president, Lisa Smith, president, Camille

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Innovative educator keynotes symposium

    Innovative educator keynotes symposium

(pictured above: Dr. Steve Perry addresses a crowd of several hundred on the evening of Thursday, Feb. 20 at Winston-Salem State

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Letter to the Editor: I want to continue to make a difference

    Letter to the Editor: I want to continue to make a difference

This year marks my 12th year as a District Court Judge and my fourth election cycle. Since my election in

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