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Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced that North Carolina educators now have access to an improved online tool to help them connect students with opportunities to explore potential careers.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper visited South Johnson Elementary School in Scotland County to celebrate Teacher Appreciation Day and meet with members of the North Carolina Education Corps program.

Governor Roy Cooper has proclaimed May 2 – 6, 2022 as Teacher Appreciation Week and May 3, 2022 as Teacher Appreciation Day to celebrate North Carolina’s educators and highlight their impact on children and the state.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper directed $34 million in new federal funding to further support postsecondary students in completing their degree or credential and to help address K-12 student learning and mental health needs as students continue to recover from the pandemic. 

Today, Governor Roy Cooper visited and toured Nana's Place Learning Center in Charlotte to celebrate Week of the Young Child and highlight the North Carolina Child Care Stabilization Grants.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper held a roundtable discussion about the Longleaf Commitment community college grant program with education leaders and grant recipients at Brunswick Community College. 

Today, Governor Roy Cooper held a roundtable discussion about the Longleaf Commitment community college grant program with education leaders and grant recipients at Pitt Community College.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper held a roundtable discussion about the Longleaf Commitment community college grant program with education leaders and grant recipients at Central Carolina Community College.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper continued a series of statewide events highlighting the Longleaf Commitment community college grant program by hosting a roundtable discussion with education leaders and students at Forsyth Technical Community College.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper held a roundtable at Central Piedmont Community College in Charlotte to highlight the Longleaf Commitment community college grant program. Cooper met with education leaders and grant recipients to spotlight the program and raise awareness for current high school seniors who may be eligible to get a grant to attend community college debt-free.

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