The recently elected Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education members were sworn in on Jan. 5, at a meeting that was supposed to take place a month earlier.
The former secretary of state will teach in the School of International and Public Affairs as well as work on global policy initiatives with Columbia World Projects.
The school in Nashville, Tenn., started the program last spring, and the team's first meet is Friday. Coach Corrine Tarver was the first Black gymnast to win an NCAA all around championship
Joan Donovan, 89, received her master's degree diploma. At 84 she had gotten her undergraduate degree. She wanted a master's in creative writing, but that school didn't offer it — she learned online.
The national podcasting contest for middle and high school students will return in January and run through April 2023.
The 2021 North Carolina Youth Risk Behavior Survey data shows an increase in suicidal thoughts and behaviors among students.
Baby boomers are aging out of jobs they long dominated like builders, farmers, mechanics Young workers aren't clamoring to take their place.
Maia Kobabe set out to express an experience with gender identity. The graphic memoir Gender Queer is now the most banned book in the United States, according to the American Library Association.
Prosecutors had sought six years for his role in the scheme to get the children of wealthy parents into universities. He was also ordered to pay more than $19 million in restitution and forfeitures.