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After a lackluster start, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools is tweaking the free breakfast program to see whether they can get more students to eat before class.
The NC Court of Appeals on Friday released state funds that had been awarded to families to send their children to private or religious schools before a Superior Court judge declared the voucher program unconstitutional. The decision issued Friday stated that the 1,878 students who had already accepted vouchers should receive the funds.

The Bank of America Charitable Foundation has awarded $500,000 to Johnson C. Smith University to support student-centered initiatives and help renovate the historic Dr. George E. Davis House.

As “Sesame Street” kicks off its 45th season, it looks to maintain its cultural place by doing what it’s always done: teach basic learning skills to preschool-age children.

Concrete Roses STEM Academy informed parents Thursday morning that the school will shut down at the end of the week, less than four weeks into the school year.

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See 2013 academic performance for CMS and Mecklenburg charter schools.

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See a school-by-school breakdown of demographics 2013-14 Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools.

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