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Principal Suspended Amid Testing Probe

Updated: 12/15/2010 - The principal of Southwest Edgecombe High School has been suspended with pay while an investigation into testing procedures continues.

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Adults Blame Parents For Education Problems

Updated: 12/13/2010 - Blaming teachers for low test scores, poor graduation rates and the other ills of American schools has been popular lately, but a new survey wags a finger closer to home.

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Student Facing Threat, Concealing Weapon Charges

Updated: 12/10/2010 - A Pitt County 7th grader is in trouble after school officials say they found a pellet gun on him Thursday morning and police say he made threats to another student.

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New Buildings At Pitt Community College

Updated: 12/10/2010 - Pitt Community College will break ground on three new buildings today, funded by a quarter-cent sales tax increase approved by voters in 2007.

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UPDATE: No Charges In Student's Death

Updated: 12/14/2010 - Police say no charges will be filed against a Wake County high school teacher who struck a student with his car.

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Student Charged With BB Pistol At School

Updated: 12/03/2010 - Kinston police charged Quashon Bryant, after Kinston High School officials say they found him in possession of an BB pistol on Tuesday.

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State Education Board To Require 2 US History Classes

Updated: 12/02/2010 - The State Board of Education approved Thursday a revised social studies curriculum for public schools that will expand study of U.S. history from one year to two to ensure more material is covered.

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Deal Lets Media Exec Lead NYC Schools

Posted: 11/27/2010 - An official with knowledge of the decision says New York's education commissioner will grant media executive Cathleen Black a waiver to serve as chancellor of the nation's largest school system.

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Potential Budget Cuts Could Cost Teaching Jobs

Updated: 11/23/2010 - The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction is laying out specifics of what potential budget cuts would mean for counties across the state.

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Education Budget Cuts Could Mean Loss Of Jobs

Updated: 11/20/2010 - North Carolina's education agency warns that additional budget cuts for next year could mean 5,300 fewer teaching positions and larger class sizes.

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Teen Driving In North Carolina

Updated: 11/19/2010 - Teen drivers in North Carolina have to complete a graduated licensing program, which includes driver's education, restrictions on time of driving, number of passengers and cell phone use. The highway patrol reports the teen driver in Thursday's tragic crash had a full provisional license, which means he had no driving curfew or restrictions on the number of passengers in the vehicle.

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