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Brenda Reese, the supervisor for exceptional children in Watauga County, offers her views on year-round schools.
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A research study conducted by Dr. Gracie M. Davis describes the initiation, settlement, and outcomes of fifteen teacher grievance cases settled in North Carolina from 1987 to 1989.
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North Carolina Education (NoCar L 11 N86x), Vol. 22 Issue 2, Winter 1992, p22-23, por
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A learning program for adults, Learning Laboratories Initiative, strives to help children learn by improving the education of family members.
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Recent legislation passed by the General Assembly gives the power to Local Education Agencies to determine how the corporal punishment law will be administered in their jurisdictions.
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Outcome-Based Education (OBE) is a pupil-centered, results-oriented system premised on the belief that all individuals can learn.
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Dr. Lois Edinger presents her views on education as given at the Student North Carolina Association of Educators Fall Workshop.
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Legislators' voting records on important educational issues are provided by the North Carolina Association of Educators.
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Jim Elmore, president of Johnston County's North Carolina Association of Educators, discusses the county's L3 program. Life Long Learning (L3) promises to provide money for college tuition and books if high school students meet the stringent criteria put forth by the program.
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807
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RJR Nabisco's charitable program for schools, the Next Century Schools program, provided money to two schools in Charlotte for the design and implementation of innovative, community-supported approaches to learning.
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North Carolina Education (NoCar L 11 N86x), Vol. 23 Issue 1, Fall 1992, p9-10, por
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878
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Many of North Carolina's working women earn wages that keep them at poverty level, hold jobs that offer no room for advancement, and earn less than men for equal work. The consequences of this status quo reach far beyond the women themselves to affect the entire state.
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960
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AIDS education is imperative for junior high and senior high students in North Carolina schools.
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North Carolina Education (NoCar L 11 N86x), Vol. 23 Issue 2, Winter 1992, p6-7, por, map
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959
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Dropout rates in North Carolina should improve by the fall of 1993 because of the state's new approach to dropout prevention.
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North Carolina Education (NoCar L 11 N86x), Vol. 23 Issue 2, Winter 1992, p4-5, por, map
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North Carolina's Performance-Based Accountability Program (PBAP) is a controversial school improvement program.
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North Carolina Education (NoCar L 11 N86x), Vol. 23 Issue 2, Winter 1992, p16-23, por
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Some feel it necessary to inform North Carolina elementary students, particularly fifth grade students, about the threat of AIDS.
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Two of North Carolina's computerized global classrooms are located in Zebulon and East Wake middle schools. The schools are involved in a partnership with the NC School of Science and Math designed to increase aptitude in the sciences and math.
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