Schools across North Carolina recently welcomed students back for the academic year, and the first-day experience at Neal Magnet Middle School was one for the
Frank Dumas IV recently participated in the Scripps National Spelling Bee, representing North Carolina, the Duke Office of Durham and Community Affairs, and Bethesda Elementary
A new study found that a group of predominantly Black and Latino sixth-graders reported they were more likely to pay attention, work hard and participate
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