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MANNA FoodBank services over a dozen North Carolina counties, distributes food to over 200 organizations, and feeds more than 100,000 people each year. Making this non-profit’s vast difference possible include volunteers from The Community Table in Sylva and food from donors such as Henderson County’s Flavor 1st Growers and Packers.
How the UNC system passes the test is seemingly simple: graduate more students from rural parts of North Carolina and low income households; graduate more students within five years. What makes the test not so simple to pass is issues not so easily measured in rates or statistics. Those highlighted included the pressure on unprepared students to attend a university; post high school alternatives under-promoted because of the attention placed on university attendance.