Category: Education

Asheville City Schools Foundation’s Celebration of Champions

by Erica Bell Twenty community members were recently nominated to be Champions for Asheville City Schools. The Champions include Lifetime Achievement Awardee Elinor Earle, Community Read more »

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White House Unveils America’s College Promise Proposal

Tuition-Free Community College for Responsible Students White House Reports Nearly a century ago, a movement that made high school widely available helped lead to rapid Read more »

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Appalachian Journey Expedition, Food Storybank Project

Evergreen Community Charter School educates its students by providing hands-on, real-life experiences that engage and inspire them. One example is this year’s middle school Appalachian Read more »

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Rhymes Appointed as Employment Coordinator and Special Assistant

Darryl Rhymes has been appointed to the position of Employment Coordinator and Special Assistant to the President for Inclusion at A-B Tech College. Rhymes is Read more »

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Buncombe County Commission Wins Award from NC School Board Association

The North Carolina School Boards Association (NCSBA) recently presented its prestigious County Commission of the Year Award to the Buncombe County Board of County Commissioners Read more »

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ALNUGE Educational Puzzles

ALNUGE [“al-new-gee”] Alphabets Numbers Geometrics was born in 2002. Artist and educator Cleaster Cotton is the inventor of ALNUGE and founder of ALNUGE Education. ALNUGE Read more »

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A-B Tech Culinary Team Wins State Competition

A-B Tech Community College’s award-winning student culinary team was named the North Carolina champion November 22, 2014 after winning gold in team competition hosted at Read more »

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Buncombe County Commission Wins Award from NC School Boards Association

The North Carolina School Boards Association (NCSBA) recently presented its prestigious County Commission of the Year Award to the Buncombe County Board of County Commissioners Read more »

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Equity Takes Center Stage in Asheville City Schools

(ASHEVILLE, NC)—Asheville has long struggled with racial equity issues and the Asheville City Schools (ACS) system has reflected this community wide issue.  In Asheville, racism Read more »

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Interview with John Capone, Educator at Cane Creek Middle School

By Joe Elliott As the founder of the VetCard Campaign, a local project honoring WW2 veterans, I conducted the following Q&A with history instructor John Read more »

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