A public forum in Greensboro this week will take a closer look at the issues and challenges facing North Carolina's public education system. The event, titled "Keep Public in Public Education", is sponsored by several organizations in the Piedmont Triad, including the Guilford County Association of Educators and the League of Women Voters.
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.
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.