EDUCATION


10/15/2014 12:03am

UNC acceptance rate declines

Today is the early action deadline for UNC, and thousands of high school seniors will send in their applications in order to be considered for early acceptance.


10/7/2014 12:18am

Anna Yudina, a second year graduate student in the UNC Center for Slavic, Eurasian and East European Studies, recently lost her funding from the FLAS scholarship program due to budgeting issues.

Lost scholarship a 'shock to the system'

Anna Yudina traveled more than 5,000 miles from Moscow to study at the UNC Center for Slavic, Eurasian and East European Studies. She didn’t expect the center would fail to get the money that would have paid her tuition.


9/18/2014 12:42am

Hungry students find help at TABLE

Hundreds of Chapel Hill-Carrboro elementary school students do not have to worry about going hungry on the weekends, thanks to the nonprofit organization TABLE.


9/15/2014 3:52am

Common Core could face end in NC

The Common Core, a set of national standards for measuring student achievement in K-12 English and math, is in limbo in North Carolina following state lawmakers’ decision to review the standards.


9/10/2014 4:17pm

Durham cuts ties with Teach For America

Teach For America has been on UNC’s campus this week trying to recruit students to join its postgraduate teaching program — but Durham Public Schools will no longer be among the potential destinations.