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Education
3:44 pm
Sun April 28, 2013

Triad College Becomes Second School in U.S. to Offer Aquarium Science Degree

Davidson County Community College will convert an old facility on campus into an aquarium for student research and community learning opportunities.
Credit by lajz via flickr

Davidson County Community College in Thomasville is one of only a handful of community colleges in the U.S. that offers a degree in zoo sciences. Now the school will be one of only two in the nation that offers an associate’s degree in aquarium science.

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Education
3:00 pm
Tue April 23, 2013

Guilford County Students Will Use Their Imagination to Travel Across the Country

Guilford County Schools Superintendent Maurice Mo Green will announce the results of the Roadmap 2 Reading program in January 2014.
Credit Guilford County Schools

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Education
2:26 pm
Thu April 11, 2013

NC Schools Are Transitioning From Textbooks to E-Books

All students in grades 3-12 at Mooresville Graded Schools in N.C. receive a laptop computer from the district to use inside and outside of the classroom.
Credit Mooresville Graded School District

More than 150 education leaders from across the country are meeting Thursday at Discovery Communications’ outside of Washington D.C. to discuss the future of digital textbooks and the transition to the digital classroom. Thousands more are joining the one-day conference on-line.

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Education
4:15 pm
Fri April 5, 2013

Community Invited to Holocaust Remembrance Ceremony in Greensboro

A candlelight service with survivors and their families will take place before Sunday's community commemoration of the Holocaust.
Credit Temple Emanuel

Monday, April 8 is Holocaust Remembrance Day around the world. It marks the anniversary of the Warsaw ghetto uprising. A community event in Greensboro this weekend will pay tribute to the estimated 11-million people killed during this turbulent time in history.

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Education
1:47 pm
Fri April 5, 2013

Researchers Say Exercise Could Delay the Onset of Alzheimer's Disease

Students at UNCG are working with Professor Jennifer Etnier (center) on the (PAAD) Alzheimer's research project on campus.
Credit UNCG

Regular Exercise can benefit anyone, but researchers At the University of North Carolina at Greensboro are looking to see if physical activity can delay the onset of Alzheimer’s disease.

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