A new online system meant to streamline things like grades and transcripts has become a major headache for school leaders and students across our state. More>>
Pitt County Schools announced plans for make-up days that were missed this week due to winter weather. More>>
The perfect score will again be 1,600. What's more, the essay will be optional, students will no longer be penalized for wrong answers and the vocabulary is shifting to do away with some high-sounding words such as... More>>
Gov. Pat McCrory says he's looking at whether he'd like changes to a law phasing out job protections of North Carolina school teachers while giving raises to the highest-rated instructors who enter multiyear... More>>
Students are paying more than ever for a college degree, as tuition rates at our public universities in North Carolina have steadily increased over the past decade. More>>
The prosecutor leading an investigation into fraud in an academic department at North Carolina says a retired administrator tied to the case won't face charges. More>>
Officials at East Carolina University say classes beginning at 5 p.m. or later today are cancelled. More>>
Undergraduate tuition at Duke University will increase 4 percent to $45,800 a year following approval by the school's Board of Trustees.
When school budgets are tight, school supplies for students is often what gets cut. That’s why some teachers in the East are taking matters into their own hands to help their students get the best education.
Almost 100 students from Brinson Memorial Elementary School toured Cherry Point air station on Tuesday. More>>
New details in a drug overdose investigation. Deputies now say it is part of trend hitting our schools.
Teachers, parents and state lawmakers are now working together to figure out a fair way to reward the best teachers with more money, and Pitt County School leaders are playing a key role in the process. More>>
Fourth graders at Ridgewood Elementary in Winterville learned about helmet safety Wednesday morning.
Distracted drivers and drunk drivers are the biggest dangers on our roads today and one community college is helping students see and understand those dangers. More>>
North Carolina lawmakers, school leaders and parents are considering whether teachers can be better rewarded for performance through a statewide incentives package. More>>
Craven County, Carteret County and Pitt County school systems are considering cutting substitute teachers' hours. More>>
Evaluating your child's teacher – that’s the focus of a new state education report that uses things like test scores and teacher subject-knowledge to rank them. More>>
Helping your students succeed – that’s the goal of Pitt Community College's new tutoring center. More>>
Music is a universal language. And in Pitt County schools, it also is used during music therapy. More>>
Bomb threats and their hoaxes require a trained eye to determine which is which, but in most cases it also requires a trained nose. Bomb-sniffing dogs walk right up to the threats to see if they are real dangers. More>>
A middle school student has been charged after bringing a fake bomb to school Thursday. More>>
Navigating the world of financial aid can be a headache for rising college students and their parents.
A North Carolina judge is blocking a new law that would have allowed taxpayer money to go for tuition at private or religious schools.
A North Carolina judge is deciding whether a new law allowing taxpayer money to be used for tuition at private or religious schools should be put on hold. More>>
A new non-profit tutoring program launches in Greenville, aimed at keeping your kids in school and off the streets. More>>
Beaufort County School officials are adding time to each school day to make up for days missed for recent snow. More>>
In Onslow County, 7th grader Christian Chavez gets a scholarship from the “College Foundation." More>>
An undocumented immigrant who sought to be UNC's student body president said he will continue to fight for an affordable university for all. More>>
Innovative problem solvers and preparing our students for the ever developing world economy. More>>
Civil rights groups want the U.S. Justice Department to investigate whether North Carolina school districts are refusing to enroll some immigrant children despite being required to take all comers. More>>
A South Central High School assistant principal charged with simple assault has been found not guilty. More>>
As part of our 60th anniversary, we're partnering with the organization Go-Science to help raise funds to build an all new state of the art science center in Greenville. More>>
Ever feel a little addicted to your cellphone? More>>
What does a teacher actually do in the classroom for seven hours a day, five days a week? And what challenges do they really face? More>>
A North Carolina judge is checking what taxpayers are getting for almost $8 billion being spent on public schools this year. More>>
Getting regular daily exercise of moderate to vigorous intensity may also boost students' academic performance, according to a new U.K. study. More>>