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Members of a House money committee scrapped a bill earmarking funds for Interstate 73, designed to extend between Roanoke and the North Carolina line. The bill by Sen. Bill Stanley, R-Franklin, cleared the General Assembly last year, but lawmakers slapped on a clause requiring the legislation to pass ...
Other local schools are planning walk-outs on Wednesday, which will be the one-month anniversary of that Florida shooting, which killed 17 people at Marjory ... In some ways, North Carolina has tougher restrictions than other states – like a law requiring background checks for private sales of handguns.

Other local schools are planning walk-outs on Wednesday, which will be the one-month anniversary of that Florida shooting, which killed 17 people at Marjory ... In some ways, North Carolina has tougher restrictions than other states – like a law requiring background checks for private sales of handguns.
Military veterans who want to protect schools as part of their “civic duty” could earn a federal tax credit and work in schools without being “deputized by local law enforcement” under proposals being put forth by a powerful House Republican. Rep. Mark Meadows, who represents westernmost North Carolina ...
An expert says North Carolina schools aren't prepared for a significant cyber security attack, EdNC reported Wednesday. ... Friday Institute for Educational Innovation, gave lawmakers a sobering look at the cybersecurity landscape during Tuesday's Joint Legislative Education Oversight Committee meeting.

February 22, 2017: The Education Department withdraws guidance that required public schools to allow transgender students to use restrooms that match ... Virginia Foxx, a North Carolina Republican, introduces her bill to reauthorize the Higher Education Act. The proposed legislation makes significant ...
Making schools safe .... "Volunteer school resource officers must have renewed law enforcement training certified by either the North Carolina Sheriff's Education and Training ... N.C. Superintendent of Schools Mark Johnson said in an email to other officials that he is firmly against arming teachers.

A 2013 North Carolina law allowing volunteer officers in schools may get more attention in the aftermath of the Florida high school massacre. House Speaker Tim Moore is talking about the law that allows sheriffs' offices and police departments to set up volunteer school safety resource programs using ...
... doing," says Matt Ellinwood, the director of the education and law project at the North Carolina Justice Center. "It's amazing the can of worms you open up when you start talking about this. You hear a lot of rhetoric from the segregation era about neighborhood schools and fear that diversity will harm their ...
A new state legislative committee may consider arming North Carolina teachers in the aftermath of last week's mass school shooting in Florida. ... Tuesday that he's forming a new school safety committee that will be charged with developing recommendations for how to improve safety in the state's schools.
Now, North Carolina's Republican state lawmakers want to consider other ways. Next week, a legislative study committee will hold its first meeting to discuss whether to allow consolidated school systems to break apart again. The committee was authorized by a 2017 bill that passed with considerable ...
A legislative deal announced Thursday means North Carolina elementary schools won't have to reduce class sizes this year that school officials said could potentially threaten art, music and physical education programs. State Republican legislative leaders said they will phase in the smaller class sizes in ...
They made some changes in 2017. The law is scheduled to go into effect for the 2018-19 school year. But some school officials and legislators say the state is moving too quickly and the law will force schools to offer fewer classes in non-core subjects like art, music, physical education and foreign language ...
North Carolina's top legislative leaders believe communities should consider a 2013 state law allowing retired police officers to provide additional armed protection at schools. Feb. 28, 2018, at 6:06 p.m. ... Berger and Moore said the program was one of many ideas for safer schools. Moore has formed a school safety study ...


 

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