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5532
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North Carolina's Effective Schools Project, a Department of Public Instruction program launched in 1989, has proved to be a popular and successful educational tool. Since the program's inception, 90 of 120 school systems have joined.
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5531
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Statistics from a Department of Public Instruction survey of North Carolina Local Education Agencies indicate that the state is a leader in innovative educational methods.
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5536
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In order to address pressing problems and issues concerning students, teachers, and schools, the North Carolina Association of Educators has proposed a variety of legislative and policy changes.
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5533
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Minority students will comprise the majority of public school students in the Southeastern U.S. by the turn of the century; but only approximately twenty percent of current teachers are members of minorities.
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5534
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McKinney, president of Forsyth Association of Classroom Teachers, discusses the impact that Site-Based Decision Making (SBDM) has had on Winston-Salem/Forsyth County teachers and administrators.
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5535
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Eighty-nine Local Education Agencies in North Carolina were awarded $2.5 million from the Department of Public Instruction to implement different approaches to school safety. These approaches are listed.
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5530
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Several North Carolina school systems have experimented with year-round education, and the results are positive. Forty schools took part in 1992-93 and that number doubled during the following school year.
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