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North Carolina Four Seasons Politics

Teacher pay raises range from .3 to 18%

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The 7 percent teacher pay raise contained in a $21.25 billion budget legislative leaders announced this week would vault North Carolina's pay ranking from 45th to 32nd nationally and raise it from ninth to fourth in the South, according to figures from the North Carolina Legislature and the National Education Association.   Read Story »

Tags: Education

Henderson County News

School Board announces promotions

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The Henderson County School Board on Monday approved promotions of principals and administrators during its regular meeting on Monday. The assignments were:   Read Story »

Tags: Education | Henderson County Public Schools

Henderson County Four Seasons Politics

As crowd rallies for schools, Apodaca vows 'sizable' pay raise for teachers

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Aggrieved teachers, public school supporters and other advocates for education rallied at the Henderson County Courthouse Square on Saturday to denounce education cuts and urge the public to fight for a reversal.   Read Story »

Tags: Education | 2014 election

Henderson County News

Education Hall of Fame announces 2014 inductees

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The Henderson County Education Foundation on March 20 will enshrine nine more people into its Education Hall of Fame for exemplary contribution to local public schools.   Read Story »

Tags: Education | Henderson County Education Foundation | Henderson County Education Foundation Hall of Fame | Don Jones

Etowah News

How they did it: Q&A with Morehead winners

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Tags: Education | Hendersonville High School | West Henderson High School

Henderson County News

2012 N.C. Scholars announced

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A total of 185 seniors from five Henderson County schools have been named N.C. Scholars for 2012.   Read Story »

Tags: Education | Henderson County Public Schools

Flat Rock News

Seven schools win green awards

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Henderson County schools are getting greener. Bill Parker, assistant superintendent for administrative services, handed out Energy Star awards to seven schools for using 35 percent less power and generating less greenhouse gas emissions that similar-sized facilities across the U.S.   Read Story »

Tags: Henderson County | Education

Henderson County News

Parents of autistic children welcome 'hope'

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Caroline Long had taken her 3-year-old son, Liam, to a specialist two weeks after he had been diagnosed with autism.   Read Story »

Tags: hendersonville | Education | Autism

Henderson County News

Dana Named 2012 Intel Schools of Distinction Finalist

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DANA — Dana Elementary School is one 18 schools in the United States to be named a 2012 Intel Schools of Distinction finalist. Dana is one of three elementary school Intel Schools of Distinction Awards finalists honored for excellence in innovative math programs at the elementary level.   Read Story »

Tags: Dana | Education | Henderson County Public Schools