A vast majority of K-12 public school students in North Carolina will learn remotely when school begins on August 17.
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4:33pm Aug 07, 2020Education Education
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As schools decide whether or not to hold class in person or online, one big question is at the root of it all — how much is it going to cost?
8:04am Jul 10, 2020Education Education
The Guilford County Board of Education is trying to find the best plan to reopen school buildings in August.
7:41am Jul 06, 2020Sports Sports Education Health & Safety
Many North Carolina high schools were set to resume workouts for fall sports on Monday. But some are pushing back the start date.
1:24pm Jun 16, 2020Education Education
Schools across the state are planning ahead for the possibility of continued remote learning.
4:08pm May 01, 2020Education Education
Tens of thousands of seniors across North Carolina are wrapping up the end of their high school careers.
4:54pm Apr 29, 2020Education Education
Public school teachers across North Carolina are grappling with changes from COVID-19 restrictions. Buildings remain eerily quiet for this time of year, as students continue with remote learning.
3:32pm Jul 19, 2019Education Education
New data shows enrollment in charter schools and other education sources continues to grow in North Carolina, while enrollment in traditional public schools is falling.
4:13pm Jul 02, 2019Education Education
North Carolina lawmakers are proposing several changes that would overhaul the state’s testing requirements for public schools.
4:42pm Jun 20, 2019Education Education
A provision in the Senate’s proposed budget would prevent local school boards from suing counties to get more money for capital needs.
4:27pm May 30, 2019Education Education
North Carolina’s public schools have a new tool to help keep their campuses safe. The system was created by several family members who lost loved ones in the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting.
4:22pm Apr 03, 2019Education Education
State Superintendent of Schools Mark Johnson and Republican lawmakers announced a new plan Wednesday to help teachers purchase the items they need.