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Knox Middle School teacher named Rowan-Salisbury Teacher of the Year

Knox Middle School teacher Sally Schultz is the new 2020-2021 Rowan-Salisbury Teacher of the Year.

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The Sampson Independent

SCS, WGU start scholarship program

Agreement to help TAs earn bachelor’s degree

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The Charlotte Weekly

Agreement gives Central Piedmont grads an easier path to WGU North Carolina

Central Piedmont Community College and WGU North Carolina have agreed to ease the transition for Central Piedmont graduates to pursue bachelor’s degrees offered by WGU

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Spectrum News 1

Universities Expand Non-Tuition Aid Amid Pandemic

A college student on Thursday said without some extra financial help, her degree would have been delayed.

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The Stanly News and Press

Students receive Military Service Scholarships

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NC Dept. of Public Instruction

Cumberland County Early College Science Teacher Wins NC’s Top Honors

Maureen M. Stover earned a master's degree from WGU North Carolina.

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Carteret County News-Times

Carteret Community College signs transfer agreement with WGU

Carteret Community College officials have signed a memorandum of understanding with WGU North Carolina.

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Ask the Expert: Virtual Learning with WGU North Carolina

With summer break on the horizon, Catherine Truitt, chancellor of WGU North Carolina, talks about how families can finish the school year strong.

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Carteret News-Times

Group offers scholarship

Western Governors University North Carolina is offering a $2,000 scholarship to members of the Eastern Carolina Firefighters Association.

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Chapelboro.com

Making the Switch: How to Navigate Online Learning During a Pandemic

Because their classes and programs are already online, WGU North Carolina students are currently enjoying an uninterrupted education amid the pandemic.

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