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Collin Anderson of the Washington Free Beacon reports on survey data involving school reopening across the country.
Collin Anderson of the Washington Free Beacon reports on survey data involving school reopening across the country.
 
In a rare instance of bipartisan agreement, Cooper joined with both Republican and Democratic leaders in the N.C. House and Senate at a news conference Wednesday, March 10, to unveil a new school reopening plan for the entire state.
In a rare instance of bipartisan agreement, Cooper joined with both Republican and Democratic leaders in the N.C. House and Senate at a news conference Wednesday, March 10, to unveil a new school reopening plan for the entire state.
 
Governor Roy Cooper signed the following bill into law: Senate Bill 220
 
Locke’s Terry Stoops shares North Carolina’s story with the rest of the country, via National Review Online.
Locke’s Terry Stoops shares North Carolina’s story with the rest of the country, via National Review Online.
 
Republicans in the General Assembly are criticizing Gov. Roy Cooper for his inaction on a bill that would reopen schools for in-person instruction.
Republicans in the General Assembly are criticizing Gov. Roy Cooper for his inaction on a bill that would reopen schools for in-person instruction.
 
Last week, a bipartisan coalition of the Republican-led North Carolina General Assembly passed SB37 to safely reopen North Carolina public schools.
Last week, a bipartisan coalition of the Republican-led North Carolina General Assembly passed SB37 to safely reopen North Carolina public schools.
 
State House lawmakers from two of the state's largest school districts are calling on Governor Roy Cooper to stop delaying and sign Senate Bill 37, which ensures every family in North Carolina has access to in-person learning in K-12 public schools if they so choose.
State House lawmakers from two of the state's largest school districts are calling on Governor Roy Cooper to stop delaying and sign Senate Bill 37, which ensures every family in North Carolina has access to in-person learning in K-12 public schools if they so choose.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper’s call for more money for schools while also indicating he would veto a bill that could send students back to school has many in the state scratching their heads.
Gov. Roy Cooper’s call for more money for schools while also indicating he would veto a bill that could send students back to school has many in the state scratching their heads.
 
N.C. lawmakers have sent a bill to reopen schools for K-12 students to the Senate floor.
 
Cooper’s comments stopped short of requiring schools to reopen. He said that’s a local decision.
Cooper’s comments stopped short of requiring schools to reopen. He said that’s a local decision.
 
One of the most contentious issues in the recent North Carolina state superintendent race was whether or not to allow schools to reopen across the state.
One of the most contentious issues in the recent North Carolina state superintendent race was whether or not to allow schools to reopen across the state.
 
This week, public school teachers in DC protested the plan to possibly reopen schools in the fall by placing fake body bags outside of the school district’s offices.
This week, public school teachers in DC protested the plan to possibly reopen schools in the fall by placing fake body bags outside of the school district’s offices.
 
A Union County teacher recently declared, “This might be rude, but I don’t care about parent child care issues.
A Union County teacher recently declared, “This might be rude, but I don’t care about parent child care issues.
 
Florida’s largest teachers union is suing the state and GOP Gov. Ron DeSantis for ordering schools to hold in-person classes five days a week starting next month.
Florida’s largest teachers union is suing the state and GOP Gov. Ron DeSantis for ordering schools to hold in-person classes five days a week starting next month.
 
The country must get back to school and back to work.
 
Matthew Burns with WRAL TV reports on the Governor's press conference this afternoon (7-14-20)
 
It's groundhog day here in North Carolina. Governor Cooper is continuing his one size fits all approach to COVID-19 that fits nobody," NCGOP Chairman Michael Whatley said.
It's groundhog day here in North Carolina. Governor Cooper is continuing his one size fits all approach to COVID-19 that fits nobody," NCGOP Chairman Michael Whatley said.
 
In the course of covering Gov. Roy Cooper’s nightmare back to school plans, Civitas has been surveying and collecting responses from parents about the possibility of their children returning to school on a part-time basis
In the course of covering Gov. Roy Cooper’s nightmare back to school plans, Civitas has been surveying and collecting responses from parents about the possibility of their children returning to school on a part-time basis
 
Governor Cooper announced on Wednesday that North Carolina will continue working with schools to prepare to re-open safely for in-person instruction.
Governor Cooper announced on Wednesday that North Carolina will continue working with schools to prepare to re-open safely for in-person instruction.
 
Instead of providing the guidance parents and teachers need to plan in order to return to school this fall, Governor Roy Cooper punted on making a decision leaving millions of teachers, parents and students in limbo.
Instead of providing the guidance parents and teachers need to plan in order to return to school this fall, Governor Roy Cooper punted on making a decision leaving millions of teachers, parents and students in limbo.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper on Wednesday, July 1, was vague in explaining why he delayed an announcement about how and when schools will start classes.
Gov. Roy Cooper on Wednesday, July 1, was vague in explaining why he delayed an announcement about how and when schools will start classes.
 
How and whether students will be going back in the fall is on the mind of every parent, student, teacher, and administrator right now.
How and whether students will be going back in the fall is on the mind of every parent, student, teacher, and administrator right now.
 
People are scratching their heads over the state’s health guidance about how schools can safely reopen.
People are scratching their heads over the state’s health guidance about how schools can safely reopen.
 
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