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Lenoir County Schools supports Gov. Cooper's proposed teacher pay raises


Concentration camp survivor teaches Craven County educators about Holocaust


Local schools recognizing National School Counseling Week


Community college system president visits PCC, optimistic for MCC's future


Lenoir County Education Foundation hosts Adult Spelling Bee


Funding continues for career coaches at local community colleges


Hundreds of students participate in STEM East regional conference


ECU holding summit to improve graduation rate for male students


Onslow County Schools discusses possible realignment for two schools


Martin Community College board names interim president


Art, music, P.E. teachers worry about program cuts due to shrinking class size requirements


ECU students return to class after winter storm delay


ECU cancels Monday classes, adjusts weekend basketball game and concerts


State school board confers with lawyers over law removing power


Thousands graduate from East Carolina University


Duplin County teacher makes sure her kids in need get Christmas gifts


Pitt County Schools discuss bus driver safety after deadly Tennessee accident


Event at ECU takes a stand against sexual assault


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