The Toyota manufacturing megasite under construction in the Triad will also be a destination for nature lovers, thanks in part to students from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University.
The U.S. Department of Education says it will fix a mistake that would have hurt low-income students, lowering their financial aid.
Hedge fund boss Bill Ackman has waged battles in corporate boardrooms. He writes lengthy public letters and digs in. Now, he's using those same tactics in wars with Ivy League schools and the media.
Blocked by Republican legislators at most every turn to advance his education agenda, Democratic Gov.
Jewish and Arab children learn alongside each other at the Hand in Hand school. They're taught in Hebrew and Arabic, in a program unusual in Israel for integrating students of different backgrounds.
The state House Select Committee on Education Reform met Monday afternoon to discuss teacher compensation in North Carolina. Experts say low starting pay leads to higher turnover rates for teachers early on in their careers.
As many as 29,000 faculty members of the largest higher education network began striking against the California State University system on Monday. They're demanding a pay increase and other benefits.
Black women face unique pressures and challenges in academia. NPR's Ayesha Rascoe talks with professor Joy Gaston Gayles of NC State University about she's seen this play out in higher education.
Home schooling is now America's fastest growing form of education, but Washington Post reporter Peter Jamison notes, "It's remarkable how little oversight there is of home-schooled children."
Guilford County Schools, like other districts in the state, is facing challenges in filling bus driver vacancies. Officials say changes need to be made at the state level to tackle the problem.