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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 ...
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Hawk Ridge hopes adapting curriculum nets results at year-end

In one of the 31 mobile classrooms that ring Hawk Ridge Elementary, 11 fifth-graders take turns reading a story aloud, with children starting sentences over if they stumble on a ...
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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 ...
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Schools narrow racial gap: Exam scores up in all CMS grades 3-8

The achievement gaps between black and white students narrowed this year in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, especially in elementary grades, while the district’s performance ...
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Partcipation unsatisfactory: Parental involvement has been lacking at Marie G. Davis

When Marie G. Davis Middle School teachers needed school supplies, office products giant Boise Cascade Corp. came through, dropping off a truckload of binders, paper and markers. When ...