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North Carolina Public Radio broadcasts on terrestrial radio at 91.5 FM in the Chapel Hill/Raleigh/Durham area, on 88.9 FM Manteo, serving the North East outer banks and coastal communities, and on 90.9 FM from Rocky Mount serving portions of "Down East" North Carolina and Sandhills. The station also streams 24/7 online in mp3, Windows Media and Real Audio.

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42 Pieces

WUNC's American Graduate Project is part of a nationwide public media conversation about the dropout crisis.

  • From: WUNC
  • Updated: Aug 15, 2012
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11 Pieces

Free! - Ten part series about challenges facing a public high school in North Carolina.

  • From: WUNC
  • Updated: Aug 08, 2012
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14 Pieces

The North Carolina Teacher Project is a year-long look at the teaching profession, told through in-depth feature stories, comprehensive policy discussions on The State of Things, intimate conversations between students and teachers, and multimedia presentations.

  • From: WUNC
  • Updated: Dec 03, 2013
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6 Pieces

Documentary series on the impact of NCLB and high stakes testing at one high school

  • From: WUNC
  • Updated: Jan 20, 2008
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11 Pieces

Various Fundraiser pieces

  • From: WUNC
  • Updated: Jul 20, 2004
Caption: 2014 Teen Reporters, Credit: Carol Jackson
5 Pieces

Every summer, WUNC mentors high school students who are aspiring journalists. This is a collection of their best stories.

  • From: WUNC
  • Updated: Feb 02, 2015

Latest Pieces

Caption: The North Carolina Educator Effectiveness and Compensation Task Force., Credit: Dave DeWitt
Dave DeWitt reports on North Carolina moving to a "value-added" stats model to evaluate and compensate teachers.

  • Added: Apr 10, 2014
  • Length: 06:38
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As part of the North Carolina teacher Project, Dave DeWitt takes a look at how we evaluate the state’s 95,000 public school teachers.

  • Added: Apr 10, 2014
  • Length: 06:56
Caption: The public hearing on the proposed teacher contracts did not draw a large crowd., Credit: Dave DeWitt
Teachers in North Carolina are fighting back against lawmakers who eliminated tenure and are replacing it with a merit-based pay system.

  • Added: Jan 23, 2014
  • Length: 03:42
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Teach For America began as a Princeton student’s undergraduate thesis – to train high-achieving college students to teach for two years in classroo...

  • Added: Dec 13, 2013
  • Length: 04:12
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Teach For America core members make up less than one percent of North Carolina’s 95-thousand or so teachers. But the organization has filled a cruc...

  • Added: Dec 13, 2013
  • Length: 05:30
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North Carolina teachers come from a wide variety of educational backgrounds. Many are trained in one of the state’s two-dozen or so university unde...

  • Added: Dec 13, 2013
  • Length: 03:51
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Educators, reformers, and lawmakers all say the same thing: putting a talented, effective teacher in every classroom is a priority. Research shows ...

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  • Added: Dec 13, 2013
  • Length: 04:04
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Caption: Jim Potter, Credit: Dave DeWitt
When the North Carolina Legislature passed a comprehensive package of education reforms this past summer, teachers protested in the streets. Earlie...

  • Added: Dec 03, 2013
  • Length: 07:15
Caption: William Campbell on his first day integrating Raleigh City Schools. , Credit:  NC Museum of History
The profession of teaching has come a long way in North Carolina. From one-room schoolhouses, through segregation and integration, through economic...

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  • Added: Dec 03, 2013
  • Length: 08:55
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2013 has been a historic year for public education in North Carolina. For one, the state achieved its highest ever high school graduation rate. Bu...

  • Added: Dec 03, 2013
  • Length: 07:42