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Greene County Schools receives grant to engage Hispanic students

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A $10,000 grant promises to help a local school system get Hispanic students better involved in their classrooms and community. More>>

Unofficial graduation rates for ENC county schools

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9 on Your Side obtained preliminary high school graduation rates for several school districts in the East. More>>

Money Magazine ranks best colleges based on value

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Money Magazine has released its list of best colleges based on value.  Duke University was the highest ranked school in North Carolina. More>>

Havelock High School students creating video to promote healthy eating options Video included

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Student from Havelock High School are partnering with the Craven County Schools Nutrition Department to create a video to let people know about the garden bars being added to school lunches. More>>

Pitt Co. teachers train to teach STEM labs to students Video included

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Tuesday Pitt county Schools move one step closer to being ready to use their new STEM labs this school year. More>>

NC teachers offered more money to move to Texas Video included

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North Carolina teachers are being offered substantially higher salaries to move and teach in Texas. More>>

Science on the job: Teachers learn from tech firms

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A lot of teachers are spending the summer working at temporary jobs away from the classroom.
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Jamesville NRSBA school set to open its doors next week Video included

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A new high school in the east dedicated to science, technology, engineering and math is set to open its doors next week. More>>

UNC inviting ex-athletes back to complete degrees

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North Carolina is inviting former athletes who left before completing coursework to return and earn their degrees.
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Almost 90 students receiving degrees from Miller-Motte College in Greenville Video included

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Almost 90 students will receive their degrees and diplomas from Miller-Motte College in Greenville on Friday.The commencement ceremony is being held at the Greenville Convention Center at 6:00 p.m.North Carolina Senator, Don Davis, will deliver the commencement address. Senator Davis represents the fifth district which consists of Greene County along with parts of Pitt, Wayne, and Lenoir Counties as well.Miller-Motte College originally formed in Wilmington in 1916 and primarily offers Associa... More>>

Innovator's Academy wraps up in Pitt County Video included

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Two weeks of hard work wrapped up for sixth and seventh grade students wishing to be innovators. More>>

Proposed Pitt County charter school waits for Sept. decision Video included

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A new charter school is now just one step away from opening in Pitt County. More>>

Local students artwork on display attracts thousands Video included

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The artwork of 300 local students is getting the attention of thousands. More>>

Onslow County teacher honored for STEM Teacher of the Month Video included

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Marshall Smith is a fifteen year educator, coach and now he’s 9 On Your Side’s STEM Teacher of the month. More>>

McCrory signs bills on Common Core, health care

Gov. Pat McCrory (File Photo) Gov. Pat McCrory (File Photo)
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Gov. Pat McCrory signed several bills Tuesday, including one abolishing Common Core in North Carolina and another that was sponsored by the late Dr. Jim Fulghum of Wake County. More>>

Teachers get creative to fund classroom needs Video included

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A Havelock teacher is taking action when it comes to getting money for her classroom.
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ECU graduate student enrollment declining Video included

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East Carolina University's graduate program leaders are changing how they recruit students as its enrollment numbers decline. More>>

Marine Corps to award scholarships to hundreds

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The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation is awarding scholarships to hundreds of students in North Carolina on Friday. More>>

STEM labs installed in Pitt Co. Middle Schools Video included

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The labs at E.B. Aycock, C.M. Eppes and Ayden Middle include 12 workstations with computers and other materials that help students learn with hands on activities. More>>

A heated night at Martin Community College board meeting Video included

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It was a heated meeting at the Martin Community College board meeting. More>>

New Info: MCC worker says college disposed and transferred surplus equipment Video included

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A Martin Community College employee brings his claims against the school to the forefront. It is the latest to come out in a list of concerns brought to the Board of Trustees. More>>

ECU professor recognized for protein discovery Video included

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An ECU professor is receiving national recognition for a protein she discovered. More>>

Students work at ENC charter school to buy laptop Video included

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As a school in the East gets ready to launch its first year of high school, it's also helping to supply its students with their own laptops. More>>

LCPS teachers learning how to use STEM curriculum in the real world Video included

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Lenoir County teachers are spending the summer learning how their science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) curriculum is being are used by businesses in the community. More>>

Schools in limbo while state fights over budget Video included

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 $120 million are at stake for Pitt County Schools. The school board says they are working off last year's budget which lawmakers expect to change drastically.
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Early college will lease Jamesville Middle School building Video included

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A regional early college in the East is moving to Martin County and will lease one of the district's buildings. More>>

Common Core compromise bill approved by NC Senate Video included

One chamber of the General Assembly has signed off on North Carolina's pathway to eliminate Common Core in the public schools while allowing education policymakers to retain some of those academic standards in another... More>>

APNewsBreak: Gov says he'd veto Senate pay plan Video included

Gov. Pat McCrory says he'd veto any North Carolina budget plan on his desk that raises teacher pay dramatically like the Senate wants because it would mean huge cuts elsewhere to pay for it. More>>

NC boy asked to leave My Little Pony backpack at home, school said it caused disruption

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Grayson Bruce, is a 9-year-old who attends school in Buncombe County, North Carolina. One of his favorite cartoons is My Little Pony. The show has been around for decades along with toys, stuffed animals. More>>

South Central High assistant principal found not guilty of assault

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A South Central High School assistant principal charged with simple assault has been found not guilty. More>>

Time capsule project to help fund new Greenville science center Video included

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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>>

Avid cellphone use by college kids tied to anxiety, lower grades

Ever feel a little addicted to your cellphone? More>>

9 On Your Side Spotlight: Day in the life of a teacher

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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>>

NC judge weighs improvement at poor schools

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A North Carolina judge is checking what taxpayers are getting for almost $8 billion being spent on public schools this year. More>>

Kids who exercise more may get better grades

Getting regular daily exercise of moderate to vigorous intensity may also boost students' academic performance, according to a new U.K. study. More>>

Too much texting may leave college kids sleepy

College students in search of a good night's sleep may want to put some distance between their pillow and their cell phone, new research suggests. More>>

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