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Cooper cabinet member tours schools in Beaufort County


ECU increasing fees for all students, tuition for some


Officers hold forum with Onslow County students


Craven County educators discuss concerns with county, state officials


New Bern elementary school incorporates Halloween fun into lessons


Carteret County company awards grant money to innovative teachers


Local high school students react to Burger King bullying ad


Greenville library treats kids to 'spooktacular' fun


Elementary school students working to start recycling program in Jones County


ECU recognizes outstanding alumni ahead of Homecoming


Craven County announces Principal of the Year


Onslow County Schools names Principal of the Year


UNC president visits ECU's campus


BCCC unearths 25-year-old time capsule


Winterville middle school students take part in anti-bullying performance


Pitt County Schools names Principal and Assistant Principal of the Year


Beaufort County high school students learn about art careers


New report ranks ECU #1 in North Carolina for online education


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