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Camp Continues to Tout Golf

    Camp Continues to Tout Golf

(pictured above: Malcolm Gant instructs a young golfer.) By Kim Underwood W–S/Forsyth County Schools Malcolm Gant was 5 years old when he first participated in Vic Johnson’s Junior Golf Clinic. He

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Editorial: Common Core and Common Sense

    Editorial: Common Core and Common Sense

I am certain that this discussion, regarding the impending implementation of the Common Core Standards in our public schools, will put a bee in the bonnets of the less initiated.

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Editorial: 60 Years After Brown

    Editorial: 60 Years After Brown

Because I was a horribly ill-behaved child, I found myself shipped from San Francisco to Moss Point, Miss. in August 1969.  My mother’s plan was that I’d spend my junior

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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 of dropouts, reportable acts of crime and violence, short- and

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Jealous decries nation’s culture of incarceration

    Jealous decries nation’s culture of incarceration

(pictured above: Ben Jealous delivers his address.) Like a plane that is rapidly losing altitude, America will fall if her people

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Editorial: Letters to the Editor

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor

Give students books! To the Editor: For several years now, I have been dealing with multi-page homework packets given to

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Panel tackles charters and vouchers

    Panel tackles charters and vouchers

A diverse group of experts debated the pros and cons of changes coming to the North Carolina education system during

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Teachers: Lawmakers making it hard for us

    Teachers: Lawmakers making it hard for us

For the past two decades, New York City native Esther Davis has dedicated her life to education. “I’ve always loved

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Bill could save students’ lives

    Bill could save students’ lives

The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) is encouraging the North Carolina General Assembly to pass House Bill 824.

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