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Tech Talker: Putting phones in the classroom on lockdown


Tryon Palace launches scholarship program for Title I schools


Lenoir Co. educator named regional Principal of the Year


PCC hosting information session on new CDL program


State school board orders takeover of Goldsboro elementary school


Craven County students lose one week of summer thanks to Hurricane Florence


Margaret Spellings resigning as UNC System president


Jones County students back in class first time since hurricane


Florence school damage already nearly three times that from Matthew


Craven, Duplin & Onslow county schools will be closed through next Friday


Full loan relief rare for students at for-profit colleges


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


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