A messed up roll-out for the nation's key financial aid form has left guidance counselors scrambling to help confused families.
NPR's Scott Simon asks Dusty Thompson, coach of the Winthrop University Eagles cornhole team, about scholarships for team athletes.
Forsyth County parents are being encouraged to begin registering their eligible children for Pre-K, but options for early education in the area are dwindling.
Local leaders and community members gathered outside of the highly anticipated new Kaleideum building in downtown Winston-Salem for a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
A nationwide study conducted by Harvard and Stanford University researchers found that Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools has made some of the greatest strides in learning recovery in North Carolina.
A Davidson County high school teacher has been suspended after he allegedly wrote a racial slur on a class whiteboard.
'It was a lot more than I expected': Lengthy hiring process makes school bus driver vacancies hard to fill
A shortage of school bus drivers in Forsyth County, and throughout the country, has resulted in major delays impacting drivers, educators, students, and parents.
Research shows there are science-backed ways to help students learn to read, but not all teachers are trained in the best way to do so. In response, colleges are reimagining their curriculums.
Parents who aren't citizens aren't able to complete the new version of the widely used financial-aid form, adding another barrier to families struggling with the college admissions process.
The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction plans to help local school districts make tough spending decisions as federal COVID-19 relief funds expire this year.