Education

Winston-Salem Chamber hosts inaugural State of Education luncheon

    Winston-Salem Chamber hosts inaugural State  of Education luncheon

In an attempt to bring the community together for an important conversation on workforce opportunities and the role institutions of higher education play in building those opportunities, last week the Winston-Salem Chamber invited all six CEO’s from the colleges and universities in the city to participate in a panel discussion. 

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Chancellor Elwood L. Robinson to be inducted into the National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame

    Chancellor Elwood L. Robinson to be inducted into the National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame

Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) Chancellor Elwood L. Robinson will join luminaries such as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Oprah Winfrey, and Justice Thurgood Marshall when he is inducted as a member of the National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame on Sept. 27.

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Clark resigns amidst rumors of racist text message

    Clark resigns amidst rumors of racist text message

Less than a week after she stepped down from the Board of Education, the racist text message sent by Lori Goins Clark that led to her resignation and the abrupt retirement of interim superintendent Dr. Kenneth Simington began to make rounds on social media.

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Dr. Pringle Hairston sworn in as WS/FCS superintendent

    Dr. Pringle Hairston sworn in as WS/FCS superintendent

After being sworn in during a brief ceremony on Monday, Sept. 3, Dr. Angela Pringle Hairston officially assumed her role as Superintendent of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools (WS/FCS).

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The Pre-K Priority wants Forsyth County to realize ‘The future is Four Years Old’

  The Pre-K Priority wants Forsyth County to realize ‘The future is Four Years Old’

The Pre-K Priority community engagement campaign, built around the theme “The Future is Four Years Old,” officially kicked off Saturday, Aug. 31.

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Livingstone president, three alumni named HBCU Living Legends

  Livingstone president, three alumni named HBCU Living Legends

SALISBURY – Livingstone College’s president and three alumni of Livingstone College were honored on Saturday, Aug. 31, at the N.C.

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Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education Member Resigns

  Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education Member Resigns

Lori Goins Clark, a Republican member of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education representing District 2, has resigned from her position.

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WSSU athletes, local business professionals and others welcome students at Ashley

  WSSU athletes, local business professionals and others welcome students at Ashley

On Monday, Aug. 26, students across the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School District returned to the classroom as summer vacation officially came to a close with the first day of school. While the first day of school is always exciting, students at Ashley Academy for Cultural and Global Studies had a little extra excitement as they received words of encouragement from dozens of people from all walks of life as they entered the building.

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Longtime teacher named principal at Winston-Salem Christian School

  Longtime teacher named principal at Winston-Salem Christian School

After more than a decade in the classroom as a teacher, this school year, longtime educator Dr. Janet Taylor will step into a new role as principal.

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The Kyndall Project holds annual back to school giveaway

  The Kyndall Project holds annual back to school giveaway

The Kyndall Project held their fourth annual Back to School Jam at Rupert Bell Park on Aug.17.

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