RALEIGH --School Choice Week began in North Carolina and across America this Sunday, with the goal of raising awareness about the options that parents have for their children's education.
For more than a year, Dina Temple-Raston, a counterterrorism correspondent for NPR, has been looking at something else that can be terrifying: The teenage brain.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — Christa McAuliffe's lost lessons are finally getting taught in space.
Alexis Emmons, a second grade student in Katlin Sawyer’s class at Grandy Primary School, was spotlighted by The Board of Education spotlighted at its Jan. 11 meeting.
N.C. Extension & Community Association, Inc. offers educational scholarships to North Carolina youth and adults who are pursuing a college education in North Carolina.
Albemarle School's Honor Roll and Headmaster's List for the second semester are:
A member of the No Kid Hungry NC team visited Pasquotank Elementary on Friday, Dec. 15 to interview administrators and educators about how moving breakfast into the classroom and making it a part of the school day has benefited students.
A week after the winter storm, third-graders in Kathryn Midgett’s class get back to work, Thursday, in one of two kinesthetic classrooms at Hertford Grammar School.
When teens were asked, recently, if they believe their parents know "a little" or "nothing" about what they do or say online, or even what social-media apps and sites they use, more than a quarter of them agreed.
After visiting schools around the country, it seems to me they're likely giving their…
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One in 30.
That’s what a new first-of-its-kind study found was the number of students ages 13 to 17 who have experienced homelessness in the past year. The figure represents…