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  • 3011-8

    Appeal lacks appeal

    NC State Attorney General Roy Cooper’s office sends a contradictory and disappointing signal ...

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1712-9

Six sue to kick-start service for juveniles

Lawyers representing six children sued Gov. Mike Easley and Chief Justice I. Beverly Lake Jr. on Tuesday, saying the two were not improving services intended to keep troubled youths ...
1712-8

Save Services – Raise Revenue

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE For the past two years, the North Carolina General Assembly has faced unprecedented budget shortfalls. As a result, vital services for older adults, children, ...
3011-19

Theatrics won’t pay for a sound education

The phrase "cheap con job" doesn’t see a lot of use in connection with initiatives of the state attorney general’s office, but there’s a first time for ...
3011-15

State disputes school ruling

North Carolina education leaders tout testing as a way to hold schools and teachers accountable for what students learn, but the state’s attorneys now argue that the same measure ...
3011-8

Appeal lacks appeal

NC State Attorney General Roy Cooper’s office sends a contradictory and disappointing signal in its appeal of Wake County Superior Court Judge Howard Manning Jr.’s ruling ...
3011-1

Governor’s budget threatens school funds

For the second year in a row, school systems are concerned that the state may eliminate funding for building repairs and renovations in public school systems. Much of the construction ...
2811-10

Union boards to vote tonight on funding agreement: County and schools went into mediation over allotment

Monroe – County commissioners and school board members are to vote in separate meetings tonight on a free school funding agreement reached during a mediation session last week. Representatives ...
2811-4

Federal grant puts more money where it does most good

N.C. youngsters showed real improvements in reading on both state and national assessments this year, but the improvements still don’t bring all students to where they need ...