Education leaders are becoming increasingly worried that the General Assembly won't give relief on K-3 class size changes that could force districts to raise class size in other grades and cut arts and PE classes.
“Teacher of the Year” follows Angie Scioli during the 2013-14 school year as she juggles being a social studies teacher at Leesville Road High School in Raleigh, leader of the Red4EdNC group, a Moral Monday protester, a wife and mother.
Nearly all of the 840 students at Barwell Road Elementary in Southeast Raleigh stay after school each Thursday to take part in clubs such as running, LEGO construction, robotics, the art of handwriting and step club.
Students at Hilburn Drive Academy in Raleigh are trying to win the national Verizon App Challenge to get help from MIT for coding an app that would let Wake County families track the location of school buses. Text TRACKRZ to 22333 by Feb. 14, 2017 to vote for the Hilburn app.
Fernando Martinez, a community organizer with the Education Justice Alliance, explains the changes activists want made in Wake County schools following a video showing a police officer slamming a student to the floor.
Letha Muhammad, a leader of the Education Justice Alliance and Ramiyah Robinson, a senior at Southeast Raleigh High School, tell reporters that they're not overreacting by saying police should be removed from schools following the Rolesville High video.
Watch a video announcement that Raleigh, N.C.’s Cardinal Gibbons High School principal Jason Curtis (obviously a Ferris Bueller fan) posted to let students know that school was canceled Monday due to snow. Note: No audio until about 22 seconds when it really gets going.
Rolesville Police Chief Bobby Langston tells the Rolesville Board of Commissioners that Officer Ruben De Los Santos has been placed on paid administrative leave after video surfaced on Twitter showing him slamming a Rolesville High female student to the floor. Langston is asking the SBI to investigate in the incident.