Charlotte-Mecklenburg school officials are crediting a faith-based partnership for gains made at a southeast Charlotte middle school.
The workshop was started after allegations from students that staff members suggested there are too many black students in leadership.
Dr. Agnes Slayman resigned Thursday night after a report surfaced saying she threatened to kill district employees and created a hostile work environment.
Concerns about diversity among student leaders at UNC Charlotte is causing an uproar on social media.
CMS could face a federal fine after a data breach.
The state senate is expected to have its first vote Tuesday on a budget compromise that funds the positions.
The school year is off to a relatively smooth start for CMS, but there is still a need for more teachers in the classroom.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools got some good, and bad, news in the annual North Carolina report on school performance.
A state Senator is trying to prove how important local teacher assistants are by being one.
Questions linger into September about the status of more than 500 teacher assistants in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools.
147,000 students were up bright and early Monday morning and at the bus stop for the first day of school. Superintendent Ann Clark took a tour through the city to see how things were going.
A spending agreement between Governor Pat McCrory and the legislature's Republican leaders brings the state closer to having a budget, but it doesn't answer questions for school districts across the state.
135 local teachers have free school supplies to help their students start the new year. They filled their carts at the Classroom Central store in west Charlotte.
The General Assembly has yet to adopt a budget for 2015-16, leaving people's livelihoods on the line, and school districts across the state without funding for many positions.
Less than two weeks from the start of school for CMS and still no education budget from the North Carolina General Assembly.
Charlotte's Project LIFT is working year round to help kids from disadvantaged neighborhoods get ahead, while staying out of trouble.
John Floyd has been suspended by the school district. They say he posted an inappropriate picture on social media.
Corey Mitchell will receive the first ever Excellence in Theater Education Award during this weekend's Tony Awards.
Parents in Union County say their special needs children are being manhandled and verbally abused by teachers. Now, they're asking for cameras to be put in classrooms to catch help teachers in the act.
Some Union County parents want surveillance cameras in all of the district's special education classrooms.
Mecklenburg County Manager Dena Diorio presents her budget to the Board of Commissioners Thursday, including a recommendation on what CMS should get.
The budget for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools could be in limbo until state lawmakers settle on a spending plan.
Five students from Porter Ridge Middle School were hurt on Monday when an engine hose burst, spraying them with hot anti-freeze.
Dr. Jill Biden gave the commencement address to 800 CPCC graduates at Bojangles Coliseum Thursday afternoon.
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board signed off on a $1.3 billion budget that gives teachers raises. But it may be a tough sell to County Commissioners, who have the final say.