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The John Locke Foundation’s assessment of “parent-friendliness” within North Carolina’s public school systems continues to attract media attention. The Mount Airy News noted this week Education Policy Analyst Terry Stoops‘ findings for Surry County Schools. Meanwhile, Carolina Politics Online highlighted this week Carolina Journal Executive Editor Don Carrington‘s efforts to expose dubious dealings involving former Gov. Mike Easley.

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