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Community should help Cook rise from the bottom

    Community should help Cook rise from the bottom

The start of a new year brings excitement to all those involved: students, parents and teachers. The students, parents and teachers at Cook Literacy Model School are no exception. School

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14th Street School holds all-class reunion

    14th Street School holds all-class reunion

Photo by Tevin Stinson Alumni of segregated school look back during their first homecoming  BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE After years of discussions and months of planning and preparing, more

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Educator Warehouse continues to give supplies to teachers

    Educator Warehouse continues to give supplies to teachers

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE As any teacher knows, students aren’t the only ones in need of school supplies. Teachers do, too, and that’s something that The Educator Warehouse is

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Column: More bad news from General Assembly: Teachers and state employees lose out

    Column: More bad news from General Assembly: Teachers and state employees lose out

Chris Fitzsimon, Guest Columnist The state budget is now 59 days late. That makes it the second latest two-year state budget since at least 1961 and probably ever. And this

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Editorial: Thanks for honor of serving

    Editorial: Thanks for honor of serving

(This op/ed was originally published Dec. 15 in the (Greensboro) News and Record.) With the year quickly drawing to a

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Greener Grass

    Greener Grass

pictured above: ( Forsyth County Association of Educators President Ann Pettijean joins other educators, parents and students for a rally last

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Stores providing teachers with free photo copies

    Stores providing teachers with free photo copies

State Rep. Ed Hanes Jr. has announced an agreement with The UPS Stores of the Triad to provide all teachers

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Silence Speaks 1,000 Words

    Silence Speaks 1,000 Words

Protestors take stand over state education cuts (pictured above:  Protesters stand silently holding signs outside the Forsyth County Government Building.)

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Warehouse continues to be a constant for teachers

    Warehouse continues to be a constant for teachers

(pictured above:  Free supplies of every sort imaginable await local teachers at the Educator Warehouse.) Teachers – or parents – didn’t

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Editorial: Hagan is on Our Side

    Editorial: Hagan is on Our Side

For the last five years, Kay Hagan has been a champion for North Carolina’s African American community in the U.

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