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Leah Croak, President of Camp Lejeune Leadership Seminar, discusses the upcoming October three-day seminar focused on the military spouse, education, connection, and professional development.
Leah Croak, President of Camp Lejeune Leadership Seminar, discusses the upcoming October three-day seminar focused on the military spouse, education, connection, and professional development.
 
Governor Cooper Announces Professional Development Grants to Teachers in Cumberland, Guilford, Lincoln, Orange, and Transylvania Counties
Governor Cooper Announces Professional Development Grants to Teachers in Cumberland, Guilford, Lincoln, Orange, and Transylvania Counties
 
Program aims to give teachers more opportunities for professional development
 
The NC Teacher Working Conditions Survey gives educators the chance to be heard
 
A new initiative in North Carolina, Teaching Scholars Award Program, aims to encourage young teachers to work in rural areas in exchange for financial rewards and enrichment opportunities
A new initiative in North Carolina, Teaching Scholars Award Program, aims to encourage young teachers to work in rural areas in exchange for financial rewards and enrichment opportunities
 
Here is a dirty little secret: I am a teacher at a community college, but I have never taken an education course. The same is true for most of my colleagues at the college level
Here is a dirty little secret: I am a teacher at a community college, but I have never taken an education course. The same is true for most of my colleagues at the college level
 
North Carolina high school students have bucked a national trend of declining test scores by posting gains on the SAT and Advanced Placement (AP) tests, according to a report released today by The College Board.
North Carolina high school students have bucked a national trend of declining test scores by posting gains on the SAT and Advanced Placement (AP) tests, according to a report released today by The College Board.
 
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