Hundreds of local educators who did not attend the Raleigh teacher march march gathered Wednesday in First Ward Park for a Charlotte March for Students and Rally for Respect event supporting better pay and school funding for NC teachers.
Kentucky educators and supporters marched from the KEA headquarters to the Capitol building on Monday, April 2. Teachers protested surprise pension changes unveiled and passed in hours. The rally also supported education funding.
Charlotte is part of March For Our Lives, a worldwide planned demonstration on March 24. Locals led by a team of students from area schools marched from First Ward Park to Marshall Park to protest for better gun control and safer schools
Charlotte-area students, including these at Independence High School, joined thousands across America in walking out of school at 10 a.m. to mourn the victims of the Stoneman Douglas High shooting and demand safer schools.
Kristina Carlevatti, the auto mechanics instructor at the high school for the last six years, has always hoped for more girls in the classes. About 16 girls signed up this year after the school offered an introductory class as a gateway to more ad
Five years ago, CMS embarked on a $19 million plan to fortify schools after the shooting at Sandy Hook. Now Superintendent Clayton Wilcox, who has held the top job less than a year, is reviewing everything from physical security to safety protocol
House Speaker Tim Moore announced Tuesday that he’s forming a new school safety committee that will be charged with developing recommendations for how to improve safety in the state’s schools. During a press conference Tuesday in Shelby, Moore sai