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The exercise equipment and media company is giving employees a paid day off to celebrate Juneteenth on Friday.

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Jun. 8—North Carolina could allow people who complete just one college semester of teacher preparation classes to become part-time high school teachers. The state House Education Committee backed legislation on Tuesday that allows people to become a high school "adjunct instructor" if they teach classes related to their bachelor's degree or graduate degree. These adjunct instructors would have ...

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This was one of director Douglas Sirk’s Technicolor melodramas. But there is something stark and challenging underneath all the lush colors, including a complex story of race, identity and class.

Am I alone or did it strike you as ironic that our State Board of Education met during Black History Month to determine how to characterize sl…

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The seven essays in this book, subtitled “In Which Four Russians Give a Master Class on Writing, Reading and Life,” are derived from the Russian literature class that George Saunders has taught for decades at Syracuse University, examining how fiction works and why it matters. Penguin Random House, Jan. 12

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Is it me or does it seem like the Eagles are always in need of help at receiver? I don't suspect Waddle's broken ankle will impact his draft stock much. He's already healed and was off to an incredible start — 25 receptions, 557 yards and four touchdowns in four games — after showing promise as a sophomore receiver and return man. A healthy Waddle is the most explosive all-around athlete at receiver in this class. Top needs: WR, CB, LB

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