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Onslow County school superintendent announces retirement


Public schools owed 750 million by state bring lawsuit


Ceremony set to officially open Innovation Early College High School


One of first black University of North Carolina students dies


Area teachers to become the students today in Kinston


Three for-profit college campuses in North Carolina expected to close


State superintendent announces layoffs at Public Instruction


PCC celebrates Caribbean Heritage Month with 'Summer Splash'


Local library system kicks off children's summer reading program


Greenville teacher uses Ellen Show money to reward elementary students


North Carolina Dental Society recognizing new ECU grad


West Craven pep rally


Mixed reviews for educational funding in proposed state budget


Chocowinity school holds boot camp pep rally to relax students before testing


Standards panel requiring training by school-based officers


Local educators share daily challenges at teacher town hall


Lenoir County students shadow jobs at dozens of businesses


Thousands of North Carolina teachers marched. Now what?


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