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Teachers emphasize that every letter has a sound or multiple sounds, and children must know them to combine them into words.
Two teachers at The Capitol Encore Academy published a children's book as a tribute to their colleague who had been assisting with the project before losing her life to Covid.
Jelia Hepner, WRAL multiplatform producer
Teaching someone to read includes some dos and don'ts. Why clapping along to words is effective -- and why context clues aren't, according to an N.C. State University researcher.
Emily Walkenhorst, WRAL education reporter
Most North Carolina students don't read proficiently, and the movement to change how they're taught to read is growing. Inside the race to get students to read fluently.
Emily Walkenhorst, WRAL education reporter
Bowley Elementary School Principal Latonya Leeks will jump out of a plane on Friday after students met their goal of reading for 4,887 minutes.
Ryan Bisesi, WRAL multiplatform producer
Latonya Leeks will jump out of a plane on Friday to celebrate a major milestone her students hit for Read Across America.
In a new essay for The New Yorker, J. R. Moehringer, the ghostwriter on Harry's memoir, "Spare," recalls raising his voice at the royal.
At 4 years old King Chambers is already a superhero -- with super strength, super speed and most importantly the ability to read. King recently wrote his first book, King the Dream, which is about a super hero who teaches others how to read.
Business leaders said the solution starts with the classroom experience - which requires the state to address its teacher shortage.
In Raleigh on Tuesday, local business leaders adressed needs for students and teachers to make the classroom experience better.
Destinee Patterson, WRAL multimedia journalist
During a discussion at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference, Sen. Tommy Tuberville, R-Ala., said: "Half the kids in this country, when they graduate, can't read their diploma." PolitiFact checks his claim.
Louis Jacobson, PolitiFact reporter
WRAL anchor/reporter Dan Haggerty examines the difference between banning books in school libraries versus public libraries
WRAL's Dan Haggerty goes in-depth with ongoing book bans from school districts all over the area.
North Carolina schools continue to remove books from their libraries over after parents complained.
These books are increasingly coming under scrutiny by small but vocal groups, a collaboration of North Carolina media outlets found.
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Kansas City Chiefs Player Joshua Williams participates in local school's 'Read Across America' Week observance.
The Black community at Amherst College has turned a challenge into an opportunity, with students and faculty creating their own barbershop and making it one of the hottest spots on campus for all students.
Kansas City Chiefs player Joshua Williams returned home to read the book 'Oh, The Places You'll Go!' by Dr. Seuss. to 3rd, 4th, and 5th-grade students.
Friday, Feb. 3, 2023 -- We need our public schools, community college, and university systems to work together to meet the demands of a 21st-century economy. Berger's sloganeering and failed leadership are roadblocks on that path.
Friday Jan. 6, 2022 -- "Turn Every Page -- The Adventures of Robert Caro and Robert Gottlieb," is unlike most films about writers. It goes one step further, tackling not only the writing process but also the art of the edit. It helps to have two geniuses as subjects. Caro is the author of "The Power Broker" and a multivolume biography of Lyndon B. Johnson. Robert Gottlieb is one of the most revered editors.
Pamela Paul, New York Times
New federal funding means Book Harvest will be able to expand their reach, adding more than 60 new book boxes around Durham.
Monica Casey, WRAL Durham reporter
It has been an eventful year for Learning Together following an explosion and fire that moved the Raleigh non-profit to a different location. The 2nd Annual Book-O-Ween is more than a Halloween party; This year, it is a celebration of resilience for the school's community.
Amy Davis, WRAL contributor
Local dance studio owner and author releases her second book.
Tara Lynn, WRAL Contributor
The exhibit, which is inspired by the popular book series, is holding its grand opening on Saturday. .