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Easley wants build 3 juvenile prisons

Gov. Mike Easley announced a plan Tuesday to build three juvenile prisons at a cost of $90 million in the wake of an audit last week that said the state must replace dangerously ...
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NCCAI’s Senior Fellow who specializes in Child Maltreatment & Fatalities

Marcia Herman-Giddens, Dr.PH. She has worked in the field of child health and maltreatment for over 20 years both as a medical provider and and advocate, teacher and researcher. ...
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Notes and Comments

This eighth annual Child Health Report Card NC summarizes data on important indicators of child health. These data are often issued separately and independently. Presenting them together ...
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State to seek schools ruling: Reforms order won’t be delayed

State leaders will ask the N.C. Supreme Court to review the constitutionality of a lower court order for sweeping improvements to North Carolina schools, but they will not try to ...
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Making sense of judge’s ruling in school case

Rob Christensen wondered if he "missed something" in Judge Howard Manning Jr.’s remarkable ruling in the Leandro case. What he missed was the point. Manning did exactly ...
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A ruling for N.C. education

Gene R. Nichol is dean and Burton Craige professor of law at the UNC School of Law Charlotte. Judge Howard Manning Jr.’s decision in the Hoke County public school case has ...
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Views differ on how to help Hoke

A court-ordered effort to fix Hoke district struggling schools has barely begun, and already state and local officials are renewing a long-running dispute about what kind of help ...
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Marie G. Davis pageant flooded with community, student support

The Marie G. Davis Middle School king and queen have arrived. They are eighth-graders Blake Burwell and Jaleeza Ross. Students middle school Marie G. Davis. The duo completed their ...
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Cramped, yes, but lots of room for success

Six-year-old Dylan Nooney climbs the steps to Mobile Classroom 572, better known as the trailer with the frog flag. He is one of 280 first-graders at Hawk Ridge elementary school Charlotte ...