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Today, Governor Roy Cooper and former UNC System President Tom Ross released statements on efforts by the UNC System Board of Governors to abolish positions and initiatives that promote diversity at public universities in North Carolina.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper visited Dorothy B. Johnson Pre-K Center as part of “The Year of Public Schools” education tour. The Governor was joined by teachers, students, local education leaders and local elected officials as he highlighted the outstanding work being done at the Dorothy B.

Following his declaration of 2024 as the Year of Public Schools, Governor Roy Cooper is illustrating the risks the extreme Republican voucher plan poses to children and public schools, where more than 8 in 10 North Carolina children attend school .

Governor Roy Cooper has declared March 2024 as Students@Work℠ Month in North Carolina.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper visited Louisburg Elementary School as part of “The Year of Public Schools” education tour.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper visited Hertford County Early College High School as part of “The Year of Public Schools” education tour.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper visited G.E. Massey Elementary School as part of “The Year of Public Schools” education tour. The Governor was joined by teachers, students, local and state education leaders and local elected officials as he highlighted the outstanding work being done at G.E.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced $1.3 million in grants to 42 public school districts and public charter schools across North Carolina to expand access to healthy school breakfast for more than 51,000 students.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper visited E.E. Smith High School in Fayetteville as part of “The Year of Public Schools” education tour.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper issued the following statement as the North Carolina Supreme Court hears arguments in an unprecedented rehearing of Leandro v. North Carolina.