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Program gives gift of reading year-round

    Program gives gift of reading year-round

(pictured above: Media Coordinator Myra Worrell presents a book to a Konnoak student.) by: Kim Underwood W-S/Forsyth County Schools Fifth-grader Lizeth Gutierrez likes to read on her own and she likes

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Change in GED format may be hinderance

    Change in GED format may be hinderance

In keeping with North Carolina’s adoption of the Common Core State Standards Initiative for students in grades K-12, the GED (General Education Development) program is also changing its standards. The

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‘Core’ of the Matter

    ‘Core’ of the Matter

New school achievement standards taking some getting used to The rollout of North Carolina’s new Common Core State Standards curriculum is getting mixed reviews. Ann Petitjean, president of the Forsyth

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Lucas among N.C. Award honorees

    Lucas among N.C. Award honorees

John Harding Lucas will receive the North Carolina Award for Public Service later this month. Lucas, 93, has earned the respect of many by embracing and overcoming challenges. For more

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The Human Touch

    The Human Touch

New WFU program will focus on training people-friendly docs Wake Forest University’s Interdisciplinary Humanities Pathway to Medicine Program aims to

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Judge and agency battling perception that pot use is cool

    Judge and agency battling  perception that pot use is cool

With juvenile marijuana use on the rise, Forsyth County Reclaiming Futures of is working hard to connect teens with the

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Students get a little of everything in summer program

    Students get a little of everything in summer program

The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools BELL Summer Success Program at Philo-Hill Middle School, which ran from  June 24  through July 26,

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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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Tuition disparity an obstacle for Hispanic students

    Tuition disparity an obstacle for Hispanic students

Winston-Salem resident Juan Ortega has called North Carolina home since he was a kindergartner, but in the eyes of the

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