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Education issues

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No one has done more than Carolina Journal Associate Editor David Bass to shine a light on the controversy surrounding participation in public schools’ free and reduced-price lunch programs. WNCT Television in Greenville recently cited Bass’ work in a story on that issue. Speaking of education, John Locke Foundation Education Policy Analyst Terry Stoops‘ latest research focuses on the need for more career and technical education in North Carolina schools. The Durham Herald-Sun highlighted that research in an article this week. Sticking with the education theme, The Mooresville Tribune recently published a column from Kristen Blair, North Carolina Education Alliance fellow, focusing on drug problems in the state’s public schools.

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