Cosmetology instructor Leah Lockamy helps Kyra Holley, 16, with rollers in the cosmetology lab at the Vernon Malone College and Career Academy – one of eight Cooperative and Innovative High Schools that would receive funding under the N.C. House budget proposal.
Cosmetology instructor Leah Lockamy helps Kyra Holley, 16, with rollers in the cosmetology lab at the Vernon Malone College and Career Academy – one of eight Cooperative and Innovative High Schools that would receive funding under the N.C. House budget proposal. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
Cosmetology instructor Leah Lockamy helps Kyra Holley, 16, with rollers in the cosmetology lab at the Vernon Malone College and Career Academy – one of eight Cooperative and Innovative High Schools that would receive funding under the N.C. House budget proposal. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
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