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RALEIGH — Gov. Roy Cooper was vague in explaining why he delayed an announcement about how and when schools will start classes.

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Wednesday, 01 July 2020 12:13

RichmondCC announces spring honors lists

HAMLET — Richmond Community College has announced its honor lists for the 2020 Spring Semester.

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RALEIGH — The U.S. Supreme Court has struck down a rule banning religious private schools from participating in scholarship programs.

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RALEIGH — People are scratching their heads over the state’s health guidance about how schools can safely reopen.

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PEMBROKE, NC – Professors became students at UNC Pembroke recently when 59 faculty members immersed themselves in a six-week certificate program in Online Teaching Excellence hosted by the  Office of Online Learning and the Teaching and Learning Center.

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RALEIGH — The Office of Special Education Programs is hosting the first in a series of webinars focused on ready-to-use resources, tools, and practices from OSEP-funded grantees to support the educational, developmental, and social/emotional and behavioral needs of infants, toddlers, children, and youth with disabilities through remote and distance learning.

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HAMLET — Richmond County’s top students will no longer be limited to two.

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In March, education in North Carolina changed drastically and swiftly for both students and educators. During an unprecedented time, support for students and teachers would be paramount.

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WADESBORO — Pee Dee Electric Awareness Committee recently awarded $8,000 in college scholarships to eight students across its service area who are seeking to further their academic goals. Scholarships are awarded to students who demonstrate academic excellence and live in a home served by Pee Dee Electric. 

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CHAPEL HILL — The University of North Carolina System won’t raise tuition and fees this year while students and their families struggle to stay financially afloat amid the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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