In some cases, the levels of lead detected in the affected fixtures were several times higher than 15 parts per billion, the Environmental Protection Agency’s minimum threshold at which public water systems are required to deliver education materials and take action to reduce the concentrati…
At Thursday night's school board meeting, Kenneth Grube, Samet Corp. senior vice president, explained that since the pandemic the time required to obtain certain building supplies has shot up. Roofing materials that used to take three or four weeks can now take a year to get, he said.
The $60 student fee prompted the most discussion, as board members debated where the money to maintain campus safety services should come from — the students, the institutions or the state legislature.
The undead army — their hair matted, their sores festering — crawled into The Pit and grabbed at passing undergraduates. When the zombies drew near enough, they handed their prey a pamphlet, and suddenly, the idea of safety demonstrations grew more appealing.
The grant will be used to create augmented reality interfaces that first responders can use to get critical data. Firefighters could get directions in a burning building, police officers could access driver information during traffic stops, and EMS personnel could get information on complex …
The new grant will support a partnership for a Master of Arts in teaching program that includes the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools and N.C. A&T and a master's in education program with principal licensure in partnership with Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools, the Alamance-Burlin…
On Thursday, a Sternberger Elementary School Physical Education teacher stood in the center of a rain of balloons, streamers and confetti at Eastern Guilford High School as he was named the district's teacher of the year.
Guilford County Schools name their principal and teacher of the year at celebration.
After High Point police arrived on the scene, they deemed the threat not credible, a school district spokeswoman said. She said students returned to classes about 20 to 25 minutes after being evacuated.
The 2022 Latinx Education Summit was expected to bring together nearly 300 leaders and educators on Wednesday and Thursday, with former Guilford County Schools Superintendent Sharon Conteras giving the keynote address.
Starting on Sept. 23, only clear bags will be allowed for spectators at Guilford County Schools district sports events.
Several North Carolina colleges and universities ranked among the country’s best in the U.S. News & World Report’s annual rankings released Monday.
Superintendent Whitney Oakley is planning on a series of conversations with parents, staff and community members in the coming days to help inform her approach to those priorities and other matters of school district administration.
The new regulations allow boards of trustees to approve non-base salary compensation for employees who do not have employment contracts. It gives universities a new tool to compete for top talent and incentivize current employees to stay.
At many schools, information about COVID-19 cases on campus is not readily available to the public as it previously was during the pandemic.
The first of two Greensboro events will focus on the recruitment and preparation of qualified teachers and will feature the first lady as a special guest. The second event will highlight "High School to Career Pathways," according to a news release, which does not specify locations for the events.
John and Lorraine Charman’s gift was announced at an event Tuesday night.
"This town is my heart," said Leslie Bray Brewer, a UNCG alumna who is driving the efforts to build the center. It was her connection to UNCG that prompted a new partnership that will help bring a collective vision to life.
See which schools made the top 50.
About 15% of North Carolina’s principals face losing between $7,200 and $18,000 due to a change in how state lawmakers are calculating compensation. The state board voted to provide a “principal retention supplement” to cover any pay reductions those 360 principals will face.
About 47% of Guilford County Schools students who took end of grade or end of course tests passed those tests in 2021-22. That's up from about 42% in 2020-21, but down from about 55% in 2018-19. North Carolina did not administer tests in 2019-20.
North Carolina student test scores improved last year, but more than a third of the schools in the state are now labeled as "low performing."
More than a million borrowers in North Carolina got some good news last week, when President Joe Biden announced plans to cancel up to $20,000 worth of federal student loan balances following a two-year pause on payments.
Panels discussions will include topics like college access and success, teacher diversity, mental health, language access, and immigration. Spanish language translation will be available.
The Board of Education named Whitney Oakley to the role on Wednesday following a national superintendent search.
On Wednesday, the Guilford County Board of Education picked a veteran educator who grew up in Guilford County to lead the school district. Whitney Oakley was sworn in after the board's vote at a special meeting Wednesday afternoon.
Monday was the first day for Aggie Academy, a new public school in Greensboro serving students in the third through fifth grades.
Around 150 people who gathered at the Halifax Mall in front of the Legislative Building on Saturday said the high court needs to intervene after nearly 30 years of litigation. On Wednesday, the court will hear arguments over whether it should order the transfer of $785 million from the state treasury to fund the Leandro education plan over the objections of Republican legislative leaders.
Students and parents in Guilford County Schools may see some new security measures and other changes as students head back to classes.