Public school teachers previously talking about a walkout next month to protest education policies by the North Carolina legislature are now urging solidarity behind what they call a more positive job action.
Hundreds of students, educators and officers from across South Carolina are scheduled to discuss the importance of fighting bullying.
An Orangeburg school district is trying to get students who have dropped out of high school back in the classroom.
A bill requiring North Carolina educators to teach that abortions are linked to later premature births is headed to a state House committee.
A bill forbidding employers and universities from accessing private email or social media accounts of workers and students has passed the North Carolina House.
Ten high school students from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts are taking their talents to an orphanage in Haiti this summer.
Police say no one has been hurt after a 17-year-old Bluffton High School student came to school and told a teacher he had weapons.
A months-long investigation of academic fraud at The University of North Carolina Chapel Hill finds the problems go back a decade earlier than an earlier probe uncovered.
Nearly two dozen new laws taking effect on Saturday include one that extends a North Carolina crime against cyberbullying to also protect school employees.
A complaint has been filed against a teacher accused of writing anti-Democrat rhetoric on her classroom chalkboard.