In January of her senior year, Jordan Mayes dropped out of high school. “I was having a lot of issues of staying focused,” Mayes said. “It spiraled down.” Mayes has
Art Pope’s indignation over NAACP-led pickets of his chain of discount stores is chuckle-worthy. The conservative firebrand has been a longtime ally of policies and initiatives designed to keep minorities
Take the Lead North Carolina has been awarded a Wells Fargo Arts in Education grant by the Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County. Take the Lead will use the
By Kim Underwood WS/FC Schools Forest Park Principal Falicia Fuller headed off to college knowing that she wanted a career
For the past two decades, New York City native Esther Davis has dedicated her life to education. “I’ve always loved
In Winston-Salem, like in countless cities across the South during the Jim Crow era, black students fought against the odds
Carver High School recently named Michael Winbush as its news athletic director and Danny Piggott as the assistant athletic director.
Two of the city’s most well-known and scrutinized leaders will take their final bows in a few weeks. Dr. Don