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a copy of one of the following documents that show the name and address of the voter - a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheckzz or other government document, according to the North Carolina State Board of elections. If there ...
Name as it appears on the ballot: Gil Johnson Campaign website: www.GilJohnsonSenate.org Phone number: (919)608-0662 email: ...
Pat McCrory and his budget cuts have been detrimental to North Carolina public education for years, yet he has been spending taxpayers' money on a campaign that boasts of raising teacher pay.
Nearly half of immigrants over the age of 25 - 18 million people - are naturalized citizens, compared with just 30 percent back in 2000.
Maltby, quoting extensively from a Los Angeles Times article, shared that Bradley went on to a career in higher education, culminating with her role as chairwoman of African American studies and Africana women's studies at Clark Atlanta University.

"By handing over funds to special interests, funds which he is legally required to allocate to public education in our state, Roy Cooper has not just short-changed our education system, he has directly violated the North Carolina Constitution," De Luca ...
CAP's issue brief also highlights how religiously motivated conservatism has led to a shrinking number of reproductive health care and education options for women and young people and how North Carolina's Arab and Muslim populations have felt the ...
The three most pressing issues facing North Carolina are the dismantling of our education system, lack of economic development and disregard for our environment.
Professional experience: Charlotte-Mecklenburg school System Administrator; Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of education, District 3; Education Consultant for ...
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Attorney General Roy Cooper, left, and North Carolina Republican Governor Pat McCrory participate in a live televised debate at UNC-TV studios in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, Tuesday, October 11, 2016 ...
Editor's Note: The Courier-Tribune's election coverage continues today with the Randolph County Board of education race.
SHELBY - Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy average SAT score of 1701 ranked sixth among North Carolina's public school systems in 2016, according to the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. At TJCA, 96.3 percent of graduating seniors ...
She graduated from TC Roberson High in 1967 and earned her bachelor's degree in education from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1971, her master's in Education from North Carolina State University in 1976, and an Education Specialist ...
"He was part of the progressive miracle, really, that happened around the commitment to education in North Carolina," Taylor said. "The benefits of that, with the Research Triangle, with the university system in North Carolina ... I felt as though I ...
That led to a 36-year-long career in education as a teacher, assistant principal, principal, and central office administrator, then a doctorate in Educational Administration from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and he's still working ...
Gopala is among throngs of educated Indians who have moved in recent years to North Carolina's tech-laden Research Triangle and other areas across America.

Lightower's North Carolina network build will serve thousands of organizations located in downtown Raleigh and Charlotte, including Fortune 500 companies, educational institutions, and governments. The expansion areas will be integrated into the rest ...
The Kids 'N Community Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Carolina hurricanes hockey team, strives to meet the health and educational needs of underserved populations in its community through programming and financial assistance to local ...
My priorities as governor will be to invest in education, bring good paying jobs back to North Carolina, and reduce the tax burden for middle-class families.
The state board decided not to reinstate the man's license after North Carolina education officials revoked his license over love letters to a 16-year-old student.
Better yet, the program should be expanded to provide for participation of all 4-year-olds in the state. Find out how your candidates stand on expanding early childhood education and back those that will do it. Education needs to be North Carolina's ...
In 2007-08 North Carolina was leading. We were leading in education, teacher pay and were so headed in the right direction.
As she took the oath of office Thursday as the 18th president of the University of North Carolina, Margaret Spellings issued a call for equity, affordability and an expectation that all North Carolinians achieve an education beyond high school. In a ...
As she was inaugurated as the 18th president of the University of North Carolina on Oct. 13, Margaret Spellings urged the state to become the leader in public education in once was, again. "Today, we must lead again in recognizing quality higher ...
Designed to address the teacher shortages in North Carolina, the project strengthens the college's Master of arts in Teaching in special education, Elementary education, biology Education, chemistry Education, and mathematics Education degree programs ...
North Carolina prides itself as occupying a special place in the South. Yes, the state joined the Confederacy, but over time it embraced a more inclusive attitude toward minorities and respect for education that attracted large corporations, sports ...
GREENSBORO - The Guilford County Board of education will allow the public to weigh in on a proposal to rename Triangle Lake Montessori after longtime education advocate Dorothy "Dot" Kearns during two upcoming meetings. During a meeting Monday ...
Many higher education institutions already recognize the importance of industry partnerships and are working toward them. For example, IBM has set up an Educational Collaboration Center in North Carolina State University's Centennial Campus for joint ...
During a recent Cabarrus County Board of education meeting, finance Officer Kelly Kluttz informed the board about new legislation that would allow the school system to apply for flexible funding for five schools; Rocky River Elementary, Winecoff ...
The roller coaster-like ride that has sent much of higher education on breathtaking twists and turns in recent years may be far from over.
My name is LaVerne Corday Zachary and I am a native of Hertford, North Carolina. I have resided in Iredell County since graduating from North Carolina ...
ASHEVILLE - Four names will appear on the ballot in the race for the Owen seat on the Buncombe County school board, but only three of four candidates are ...
But rural areas are not faring as well - and North Carolina is much more rural than most states its size. And in both urban and rural areas there's a sense that the jobs of the future will require more education and training than the jobs that ...
Access to affordable postsecondary education is important to building a workforce in North Carolina that attracts and retains good-paying jobs across the state.
GO Month has gotten off to a great start and this week, Oct. 9-15, we're shining a spotlight on education and workforce development in Gaston County.
June Atkinson, a Democrat, is seeking her fourth term as state superintendent of public instruction. She's being challenged by Mark Johnson, a Republican and ...
Atkinson says that education in North Carolina's public schools has been improving during her 11 years as the state's top education official. Atkinson points to how the state's high school graduation rate has risen from 68.3 percent to an all-time high ...
Both say they are committed to providing a quality education to all North Carolina children. However, they disagree on how effective the Department of Public Instruction, of which the state superintendent is the leader, has been in meeting those needs.
education-early-childhood. In this space, we've reported multiple times on North Carolina's struggle to recruit and retain teachers, particularly in the state's ...
The 2016 SAT results are now finally out for individual North Carolina school districts and high schools, but state education officials say people shouldn't compare them with scores from past years. The state Department of Public Instruction posted ...
"Where does North Carolina go from here? I'm Roy Cooper, and after years of our state moving backward, these would be my priorities as governor.
Photos by Nolan Gilmour | Laurinburg Exchange Cooper discussed education and the environment as two issues he plans to fix if elected North Carolina governor. Photos by Nolan Gilmour | Laurinburg Exchange Attorney General Roy Cooper is welcomed to ...
The North Carolina lottery and state lawmakers are considering making changes to the lottery system following a Charlotte Observer investigation of its ...
North Carolina A&T State University is receiving assistance from the U.S. Department of education Teacher Quality Partnership (TQP) in its efforts to increase the number of high-qualified K-12 teachers needed for schools in rural communities.
In the past decade, California, Florida, Michigan and many other states have actually reduced spending on education. The announcement by North Carolina that its lottery had "raised $1.7 million a day on average for education" was met with skepticism by ...
North Carolina House District 1 candidate Sam Davis III holds up a photo of a giant carrot in his left hand and a baby carrot in his right hand to demonstrate what he described as the difference between what other states (the giant carrot) spend on ...
Brook Thompson, UNC Asheville teacher recruitment and retention liaison, has been named a 2016-17 North Carolina - West education Policy Fellow by the North Carolina education Policy Fellowship Program (EPFP), a leadership and policy development ...
He was later awarded a Certificate of Graduate Study in education, Sixth Year Program from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Mauldin was called up for service during the Berlin Crisis, returning in 1962 to begin a 37-year career as an ...
Charlotte, NC (WRIC) - The 12 members of the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) Board of Directors have decided to move 8 of 10 North Carolina-based conference championship games. In a press release ... The CIAA Board said that they ...


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