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COVID-19 has upended our traditional way of educating kids.
 
The National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ) rates teacher education programs on how well they teach different subjects such as science, social science, and content knowledge.
The National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ) rates teacher education programs on how well they teach different subjects such as science, social science, and content knowledge.
 
"In recent years North Carolina has spent millions to make school buildings safe from intruders and ensure that school and emergency personnel can respond promptly to every eventuality..."
"In recent years North Carolina has spent millions to make school buildings safe from intruders and ensure that school and emergency personnel can respond promptly to every eventuality..."
 
North Carolina is failing far too many children, especially those "at-risk."
 
This past Sunday, editors at the News & Observer ran Tell the truth on NC school funding. Not surprisingly, the N&O gives their side of school funding.
This past Sunday, editors at the News & Observer ran Tell the truth on NC school funding. Not surprisingly, the N&O gives their side of school funding.
 
Which North Carolina political party has increased the education budget by more than $1.1 billion since 2011? Answer: the Republicans.
Which North Carolina political party has increased the education budget by more than $1.1 billion since 2011? Answer: the Republicans.
 
It's back to school time. While parents and children get ready for what we hope is another successful academic year, here are some interesting numbers for everyone concerned about education in North Carolina.
It's back to school time. While parents and children get ready for what we hope is another successful academic year, here are some interesting numbers for everyone concerned about education in North Carolina.
 
There are many reasons for North Carolinians to be proud of the statewide education reforms implemented over the last five years.
There are many reasons for North Carolinians to be proud of the statewide education reforms implemented over the last five years.
 
In July 2016, the NC State Treasurer released annual performance figures for the N.C. pension fund
In July 2016, the NC State Treasurer released annual performance figures for the N.C. pension fund
 
The following students have received scholarships through the BCCC Foundation.
 
Governor Pat McCrory convened the Education Cabinet today to discuss North Carolina's accomplishments and goals in education and workforce development.
Governor Pat McCrory convened the Education Cabinet today to discuss North Carolina's accomplishments and goals in education and workforce development.
 
An analysis shows that East Carolina University's College of Education produced an economic impact valued at almost $46 million in eastern North Carolina during the 2015-2016 academic year.
An analysis shows that East Carolina University's College of Education produced an economic impact valued at almost $46 million in eastern North Carolina during the 2015-2016 academic year.
 
The following classes are available through the Continuing Education Department at BCCC.
 
Governor Pat McCrory and First Lady Ann McCrory are observing Hunger Action Month by lighting the Executive Mansion in Raleigh and the Western Residence in Asheville orange tonight.
Governor Pat McCrory and First Lady Ann McCrory are observing Hunger Action Month by lighting the Executive Mansion in Raleigh and the Western Residence in Asheville orange tonight.
 
Governor McCrory criticizes political correctness and defends privacy in a new campaign TV ad launched today, excoriating those pushing an extreme agenda on North Carolina and distracting from the important issues facing North Carolina families like raising teacher pay, creating jobs & cutting taxes
Governor McCrory criticizes political correctness and defends privacy in a new campaign TV ad launched today, excoriating those pushing an extreme agenda on North Carolina and distracting from the important issues facing North Carolina families like raising teacher pay, creating jobs & cutting taxes
 
State Board of Education Chairman Emeritus Phil Kirk set the record straight about education funding in North Carolina in a recent opinion piece.
 
The family environment provided by Beaufort County Community College helped Terry Graham, a local business owner, build the skills he needed to set out on his own.
The family environment provided by Beaufort County Community College helped Terry Graham, a local business owner, build the skills he needed to set out on his own.
 
In his new ad, Democratic candidate for N.C. governor Roy Cooper focuses on a teacher who says she had to leave North Carolina to find a better-paying job in another state.
In his new ad, Democratic candidate for N.C. governor Roy Cooper focuses on a teacher who says she had to leave North Carolina to find a better-paying job in another state.
 
As students headed back to school this week, Governor Pat McCrory's priority to equip all North Carolina classrooms with Wi-Fi by 2018 was highlighted at the nationally-recognized Innovation Center (iCenter).
As students headed back to school this week, Governor Pat McCrory's priority to equip all North Carolina classrooms with Wi-Fi by 2018 was highlighted at the nationally-recognized Innovation Center (iCenter).
 
It's a basic concept: Limit comparisons to items that can be compared reasonably. But too much of today's political discourse relies instead on apples-to-oranges comparisons, those comparisons that are unreasonable or perhaps impossible.
It's a basic concept: Limit comparisons to items that can be compared reasonably. But too much of today's political discourse relies instead on apples-to-oranges comparisons, those comparisons that are unreasonable or perhaps impossible.
 
Governor Pat McCrory welcomed teachers and students across the state to a new school year during a visit to Newton-Conover High School today.
Governor Pat McCrory welcomed teachers and students across the state to a new school year during a visit to Newton-Conover High School today.
 
The beginning of a new school year is upon many in North Carolina and the Department of Human Services' Division of Public Health reminds parents and guardians of the importance of vaccinations for school-aged children.
The beginning of a new school year is upon many in North Carolina and the Department of Human Services' Division of Public Health reminds parents and guardians of the importance of vaccinations for school-aged children.
 
Governor Pat McCrory is welcoming students and educators back to school.
 
Governor Pat McCrory joined 500 students, staff and community leaders to celebrate the grand opening of the John Yowell Aviation and Logistics Lab at Phoenix Academy today.
Governor Pat McCrory joined 500 students, staff and community leaders to celebrate the grand opening of the John Yowell Aviation and Logistics Lab at Phoenix Academy today.
 
The North Carolina Education Endowment is a special fund created in 2014 to help supplement teacher compensation for North Carolina's highest performing teachers.
The North Carolina Education Endowment is a special fund created in 2014 to help supplement teacher compensation for North Carolina's highest performing teachers.
 
This week I voted against a budget that would set North Carolina and the northeast back. The budget was a statement about priorities.
This week I voted against a budget that would set North Carolina and the northeast back. The budget was a statement about priorities.
 
The libertarian bumper sticker -- "Don't steal from the government; it hates competition" -- takes on added meaning every time North Carolina officials try to shut down Internet sweepstakes operations.
The libertarian bumper sticker -- "Don't steal from the government; it hates competition" -- takes on added meaning every time North Carolina officials try to shut down Internet sweepstakes operations.
 
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