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Opinion: Choice and regulation form spectrum

By:  John Hood, Columnist Posted:  October 21, 2017 BURLINGTON — Parental choice in education is popular. About a fifth of North Carolina students are educated …

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Debate over charter and private school accountability continues hometown series

By :  Liz Bell Posted:  October 17, 2017 In a Burlington event Monday, participants debated who should provide accountability for charter and private schools: parents, …

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Lawmakers square off on schools

Posted:  October 15, 2017 By:  Amelia Harper, Staff Writer N.C. Sen. Erica Smith-Ingram, D-Northampton, and N.C. Sen. Rick Horner, R-Wilson, were in Rocky Mount this week …

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Unaffiliated voters still hold the key

Posted: September 2, 2017 By: John Hood About 30 percent of North Carolina’s 6.8 million registered voters are Republicans. So how in the world do …

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NC Institute of Political Leadership Announces 2017 Hometown Debate Series

Greensboro, NC – The North Carolina Institute of Political Leadership (NCIOPL) announced today another installment of its popular Hometown Debate series, with three events focused …

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State board names highway span for Henry Frye, former N.C. Supreme Court Chief Justice

State board names highway span for Henry Frye, former N.C. Supreme Court Chief Justice By:  Taft Wireback GREENSBORO — During his career as a groundbreaking …

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NC Institute of Political Leadership Graduates 56th Class of Fellows

Greensboro, NC – The North Carolina Institute of Political Leadership graduated its 56th class of Fellows on Saturday, May 6, 2017 on the campus of …

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NC IOPL Fellow Honored with Order of the Long Leaf Pine

Stephen G. Duncan, a native of Belmont, NC, recently was presented the Order of the Long Leaf Pine, one of the most prestigious awards granted …

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NC IOPL 2016 Fall Fellow Awarded 2016 Distinguished Citizen Award

During the 113th Annual Meeting of the Rocky Mount Chamber of Commerce, James D. Gailliard, Pastor of Word Tabernacle Church and President of The Impact …

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Henry Frye and Nelle Hotchkiss: Leadership Institute seeks to build bridges

Posted: December 5, 2016 By: Henry Frye and Nelle Hotchkiss The 2016 election is behind us. Or is it? There is no doubt that the …

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Opinion: Choice and regulation form spectrum
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By:  John Hood, Columnist Posted:  October 21, 2017 BURLINGTON — Parental choice in education is popular. About a fifth of North Carolina students are educated …

 
Debate over charter and private school accountability continues hometown series
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By :  Liz Bell Posted:  October 17, 2017 In a Burlington event Monday, participants debated who should provide accountability for charter and private schools: parents, …

 
Lawmakers square off on schools
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Posted:  October 15, 2017 By:  Amelia Harper, Staff Writer N.C. Sen. Erica Smith-Ingram, D-Northampton, and N.C. Sen. Rick Horner, R-Wilson, were in Rocky Mount this week …

 
Unaffiliated voters still hold the key
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Posted: September 2, 2017 By: John Hood About 30 percent of North Carolina’s 6.8 million registered voters are Republicans. So how in the world do …