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New School, High Hopes

A few days ago I wrote a post about a new school in Plymouth and the principal’s efforts to close the racial divide. Here is that post as well as a full-length story about the creation of the school, how it works, and how both state and local leaders hope it will contribute to the revitalization of northeastern North Carolina: NERSBA

 

 

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