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Gov. Roy Cooper

Gov. Roy Cooper signed a bill today that requires public high school students to pass an economics and personal finance class as a graduation requirement. The bill passed both Houses at the end of last month, amid concerns from many teachers that the course could result in less instruction on U.S. history.

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

During the hour Mike hears from two experts in the area of social justice philanthropy to learn what exactly it is and what impact it would have if its principles could be applied to giving. 

Bennett College

Officials at four colleges announced the abrupt departure of their presidents last week — Marist, Muhlenberg, Auburn and, in North Carolina, Bennett College. Officials at the historically black college for women in Greensboro are not saying why Phyllis Worthy Dawkins is leaving or why the departure was effective on the day it was announced.

City of Charlotte

Thursday, June 20, 2019

Reporter Pam Kelly has been working with the Charlotte Journalism Collaborative, talks about possible solutions to the problem we face with our shortage of affordable housing.

Gwendolyn Glenn

State education officials announced Thursday that they will implement a statewide anonymous reporting system next year that students and school employees can use to report threats and other incidents.