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T. Keung Hui

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NC won’t punish teacher prep programs if their grads quit teaching after 2 years

The North Carolina Senate eliminated wording from a House bill that would have evaluated teacher preparation programs on how many of their graduates are still teaching after two years. The programs said that was unfair. → Read More

NC won’t punish teacher prep programs if their grads quit teaching after 2 years

The North Carolina Senate eliminated wording from a House bill that would have evaluated teacher preparation programs on how many of their graduates are still teaching after two years. The programs said that was unfair. → Read More

NC program to take over low-performing schools loses superintendent and principal

The North Carolina Innovative School District is now without a superintendent or a principal for its only school. State lawmakers created the program to take over low-performing schools. → Read More

NC program to take over low-performing schools loses superintendent and principal

The North Carolina Innovative School District is now without a superintendent or a principal for its only school. State lawmakers created the program to take over low-performing schools. → Read More

2 people injured in Raleigh nightclub shooting

Police say two people suffered serious but not life threatening injuries after they were shot early Sunday morning at the Capital VIP Nightclub in Raleigh, NC. No arrests have been made yet. → Read More

2 people injured in Raleigh nightclub shooting

Police say two people suffered serious but not life threatening injuries after they were shot early Sunday morning at the Capital VIP Nightclub in Raleigh, NC. No arrests have been made yet. → Read More

I-85 in Durham reopens after crash sends SUV flying off US 70 bridge

Northbound lanes of Interstate 85 in Durham, NC were closed for three hours Sunday morning following an accident that caused an SUV to be knocked off a bridge on US 70 and to land on the highway. → Read More

I-85 in Durham reopens after crash sends SUV flying off US 70 bridge

Northbound lanes of Interstate 85 in Durham, NC were closed for three hours Sunday morning following an accident that caused an SUV to be knocked off a bridge on US 70 and to land on the highway. → Read More

NC delivery driver left 1-year-old inside running car that was stolen. Child found.

Southern Pines, NC Police are looking for the man they say stole a car with a 1-year-old boy inside that was left running and unlocked at an apartment complex while the driver was delivering food for DoorDash. → Read More

One major store remains closed at Crabtree Valley mall after fire

The Macy’s department store at Crabtree Valley Mall in Raleigh, NC remains closed following damage from a Friday afternoon fire in a fitting room that was extinguished by the sprinkler system. → Read More

NC lawmakers could eliminate more than 20 state tests for students. Will it happen?

The North Carolina General Assembly is considering a compromise plan that would reduce the number of standardized tests given to students beginning in the 2019-20 school year. It comes after years of complaints that students are overtested. → Read More

NC lawmakers aim to help students spend more time with parents who are in US military

North Carolina legislators are considering legislation that would give at least two excused absences from school each year for children of military parents to spend time with each other. → Read More

NC lawmakers aim to help students spend more time with parents who are in US military

North Carolina legislators are considering legislation that would give at least two excused absences from school each year for children of military parents to spend time with each other. → Read More

NC virtual charter schools are low performing. But one school can still add students.

The State Board of Education approved a request from N.C. Virtual Academy to grow by 20% despite the online charter school being low performing. The board rejected a request from N.C. Cyber Academy. → Read More

After outcry from educators, NC will delay use of computer-based reading test

The State Board of Education agreed Friday to a plan where North Carolina elementary schools would wait until January to begin using the Istation program to test students in kindergarten through third grade. Districts asked for a delay. → Read More

After outcry from educators, NC will delay use of computer-based reading test

The State Board of Education agreed Friday to a plan where North Carolina elementary schools would wait until January to begin using the Istation program to test students in kindergarten through third grade. Districts asked for a delay. → Read More

Wake community donates 136,318 books for kids, easily eclipsing drive’s goal

The 2019 WAKE Up and Read Book Drive was the group’s most successful ever, collecting 136,318 children’s books to give to 13 Wake County high-poverty elementary schools and childcare facilities. → Read More

NC lawmakers added a new high school graduation requirement. Why are some unhappy?

North Carolina legislators have passed a bill making it a graduation requirement for high school students to complete a personal finance class. Some teachers complain that a U.S. history course will be cut. → Read More

NC lawmakers added a new high school graduation requirement. Why are some unhappy?

North Carolina legislators have passed a bill making it a graduation requirement for high school students to complete a personal finance class. Some teachers complain that a U.S. history course will be cut. → Read More

Large NC school districts want delay in testing young students with computers

A group representing North Carolina’s largest school systems is asking the state to delay the switch to the Istation program, which would use computers to test the reading skills of young elementary school students. → Read More