Do new 'open design' schools leave students exposed to risk?

Do new 'open design' schools leave students exposed to risk?

The popular “open design” used in many new schools is conducive to learning, experts say, but does it leave students exposed to risk?
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Fayetteville police searching for missing 16-year-old boy

Fayetteville police are searching for a 16-year-old boy missing since Tuesday.
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A 'disturbing trend': Duke president issues statement following coffee shop firing

Three days after two baristas were fired from a coffee shop on Duke University’s campus, President Vincent Price issued a statement linking that clash of cultures – a Duke vice president was offended by rap lyrics playing over the coffeeshop sound system – to other recent racially-tinged incidents oSee Original Article

Cooper calls for freezing some tax cuts to give teachers raises

Gov. Roy Cooper on Thursday called for freezing tax cuts supposed to take effect next year for businesses and wealthy individuals to free up money to give every public school teacher in North Carolina a raise of at least 5 percent.
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Little money included for lawmakers' school safety suggestions

A state legislative committee formed in the wake of a high school shooting in Florida that killed 17 people on Thursday forwarded to the full House a series of proposals designed to make North Carolina schools safer, but they didn’t include funding for many of the ideas.
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Panel considers future of Durham's Confederate monuments

A committee meeting Thursday night for the first time hopes to begin the process of figuring out what to do with monuments and other items in Durham that are linked to the Confederacy.
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